Serbia

  • Norwegian investor sees huge potential for building-integrated solar solutions

    Norwegian investor sees huge potential for building-integrated solar solutions

    Inaventa Solar, a new start-up business based in Norway, specialises in manufacturing and designing building-integrated solar thermal systems. Founded in the last three months of 2019, the company has already started up an assembly line to make flat plate collectors at its factory in...
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  • GGF funds 1,400 solar thermal systems in 10 years

    GGF funds 1,400 solar thermal systems in 10 years

    The Luxembourg-based Green for Growth Fund (GGF) has recently entered its 11th year in operation. A pioneering public-private partnership, it was launched by the European Investment Bank and the German KfW bank in December 2009 and supports energy efficiency and renewable energy projects...
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  • SDH prefeasibility studies for Serbian cities

    SDH prefeasibility studies for Serbian cities

    Renewable district heating has become a hot topic in Serbia. The conference Renewable Energy Sources in District Heating and Cooling, held at the same time as the 50th International HVAC&R Congress and Exhibition in early December in Belgrade, attracted more than 400 attendees and...
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  • Solar Heat for Cities – brochure and infographics

    Solar Heat for Cities – brochure and infographics

    Why is solar heat such a smart way to create sustainable communities? It improves energy security, keeps heat costs stable for at least 20 years and cuts air pollution in towns and cities. To encourage more mayors, local council members and municipal utilities to look into this cost-...
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  • South Korea supports District Energy in Cities Initiative

    South Korea supports District Energy in Cities Initiative

    Korean District Heating Corporation (KDHC) is one of the world’s largest district heating companies and serves over 1.5 million customers in South Korea. Now, it is also advising cities elsewhere on how to make the most of low-carbon heat networks. “Currently, we are developing a renewable...
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  • Renexpo Western Balkans 2020, Belgrade

    The seventh International Trade Fair and Conferences for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, RENEXPO Western Balkans will take place in Belgrade from 13 to 14 May 2020. The event aims to connect national and international experts from all over Europe. Belgrade will become the regional...
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  • “Solar heat can be more cost-effective than gas in district heating”

    “Solar heat can be more cost-effective than gas in district heating”

    In the Western Balkans, one of Europe’s southernmost regions, large district heating networks are a common sight. Some of those are run at return temperatures as low as 45 °C, making them well-suited for solar energy, according to Bojan Bogdanovic (see photo), Principal Fund Manager of the...
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  • Renexpo Western Balkans 2019, Belgrade

    The sixth International Trade Fair and Conferences for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, RENEXPO Western Balkans will take place in Belgrade from 24 to 25 April 2019. The event aims to connect national and international experts from all over Europe. Belgrade will become the regional...
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    Support for SDH feasibility studies in Western Balkans

    The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is now funding feasibility studies under a programme called Renewable District Energy in the Western Balkans, or ReDEWeB for short. Town and city governments, and project developers, can send applications to the bank’s headquarters in...
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    Rising demand for solar heat in large buildings and industry

    By the end of 2017, the market for solar heating and cooling had grown by 472 GWth, which again made it the largest for solar energy in the world. The one for photovoltaic systems gained 402 GWp to become the second-largest, and 5 GWel was enough for...
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  • Danube River

    Renewable heat projects along Danube River

    DanubeHeat helps small and medium enterprises, research and educational institutions, and public agencies draft EU funding applications. Financially supported by the German education ministry and coordinated by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE based in Freiburg, Germany...
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  • Slovenia: On the Path to Renewable District Heating

    Slovenia: On the Path to Renewable District Heating

    District heating networks supplied by renewable energy sources (RES) are widely recognised today as one of the most effective ways to decarbonise the heating sector. The EU’s CoolHeating project has been supporting the implementation of small, modular renewable heating and cooling grids for...
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