CURRENT STATE OF THE RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY USE IN SERBIA
This paper reviews the current state of the renewable energy use in Serbia. Further on, the paper describes energy potential and gives examples of the use of solar energy, wind energy, hydropower, geothermal energy, biomass and biogas in Serbia. Extensive body of information is given about support systems and measures of incentives for the investment in the construction and sale of electricity from plants using renewable energy sources. In conclusion, achieved results of the use of renewable energy sources in Serbia and the incentives for their use are presented.
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