THE NEW TARGETS OF 2020 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY POWER PLANTS IN SERBIA

Authors

  • Maja Đurović Petrović European University, Faculty for International Engineering Management, Carigradska 28, 11000 Belgrade
  • Žarko Stevanović University of Belgrade, Institute of Nuclear Sciences – Vinča, Laboratory for Thermal Engineering and Energy, Mike Petrovića – Alasa 12-14, 11351 Belgrade
  • Borislav Grubor University of Belgrade, Institute of Nuclear Sciences – Vinča, Laboratory for Thermal Engineering and Energy, Mike Petrovića – Alasa 12-14, 11351 Belgrade

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7251/cm.v2i4.1490

Abstract

At the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013, the Serbian Government issued the new national regulations in order to provide an acceptable legislation framework to achieve 2020 targets of 27% increase of total renewable energy sources share in the gross final energy consumption, relative to 2009. The target of a 37% increase relates to participation of renewable energy sources in electricity production. It requires construction of new significant capacities of renewable energy power plants as clearly defined in the National Action Plan for Renewable Energy Sources.

This paper comprises critical analyses of targeted new installed capacity of renewable energy power plants for electricity production from different point of views, such as: new national energy policy, new national regulations, renewable energy sources potential in Serbia, efficiency of power plants and the investment financial models.

According to the new national energy policy identified in the National Action Plan for Renewable Energy Sources, it is concluded that the new regulations related to the construction of new renewable energy power plants is completed, particularly concerning the investment security, provision of green electricity market, status of green electricity producer, and significant reduction of time for administrative procedures required to obtain a building permit. Particularly, the real wind potential in Serbia, based on the measured data over the past ten years of measurement campaigns at more than thirty locations, has been used to correct the targeted installed capacity of wind power plants.

References

[1] National Action Plan for Renewable Energy, Ministry of Energy, Development and Envi-ronmental Protection, Belgrade, 2012.

[2] Energy balance of the Republic of Serbia for 2009 year, Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection, Belgrade, 2010.

[3] Emergency Oil Stocks in the Energy Community Level – Final Report, Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar, 2011.

Published

2013-12-01