Renewables Sector – Challenges and the Future Expectations

The renewables sector in the Republic of Serbia has been growing for a while with a focus on wind energy, solar energy, biomass, and biogas and as recently on agrivoltaics.

According to the Republic of Serbia’s firm policy orientation towards renewables reflected in the draft of the Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP), it is expected that the Republic of Serbia should generate 40% of its overall energy generation from renewable resources in 2030. This represents a significant rise in comparison to 27% which is figurate as a set threshold today.

In this article JPM Senior partner Jelena Gazivoda provides an expert overview of the new set of laws passed in 2021 that improved the legislative framework and diminished the gaps leaving room for public opposition.

However, it seems that there is still a need for raising awareness of the necessity of transformation to clean energy in the general public to support public policy and enhance investments.

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