• Vladimir Valent, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Milorad Krgović, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Marina Kršikapa, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Srećko Nikolić, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Potential of renewable sources of energy in Serbia

  • Indications are made to the energy strategy of the Republic of Serbia for the period 2003-2015. It is estimated that Serbia owns about 4.3 Mtoe (or 5·104 GWh) of energy in renewable resources. In these energy sources biomass is dominant with approximately 63%. Solar radiation takes around 14%, wind energy 4.5%, geothermal energy 4.5%, and the unused hydro potential of large and small rivers in Serbia around 14% of the available technical resources by 2013. The structure, lower heating value and the importance of renewable energy resources are highlighted.
  • Keywords
    energy, energy sources in Republic of Serbia, renewable energy resources
  • Pages
    37 - 48
  • Submitted
    06/02/2013
  • Revised
    08/10/2013
  • Accepted
    09/11/2013
  • BIBLID
    0350-218X, 39 (2013), 1-2, 37-48
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