• Dimitrije Lilić, Energy Efficiency Agency of the Republic of Serbia (SEEA), Serbia

Project of the Energy Efficiency in Serbia IDA Credit 3870 YF Part B: Public Buildings – Schools and Hospitals Final Results of the Project

  • In the frame of the Project “Energy Efficiency in Serbia”, proposed and elaborated by theWorld Bank, accepted and supervised by the Republic of Serbia and financed according to IDA conditions, Energy Efficiency Agency of the Republic of Serbia was implemented body of the Part B of this Project, according adopted Plan of the Implementation and World Bank Procedures for equipment supplies, works and services. The paper presents implementation process, final results and achievements on energy efficiency refurbishment of 28 public buildings (12 hospitals and 16 schools) in Serbia.
  • Keywords
    energy efficiency, buildings stock, public buildings
  • Pages
    251 - 260
  • Submitted
    05/29/2012
  • Revised
    07/17/2012
  • Accepted
    08/03/2012
  • BIBLID
    0350-218X, 38 (2012), 2, 251-260
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    • Durković, A., Stojanović, G., Lilić, D., Project of the Energy Efficiency in Serbia, IDA Credit YF3870 World Bank, Senta Hospital, 38. kongres o grejanju, hlađenju i klimatizaciji, Beograd, 2007
    • Durković, A., The Experience of the Agency for Energy Efficiency in the Implementation of Energy Audits, Seminar, Energy Efficiency of Buildings in the Light of EU Directive 2002/91/EC, Belgrade, 2006
    • Lilić, D., Energy Efficiency in Buildings – The Current Situation in Serbia and the Role of the SEEA, Seminar, Energy Efficiency of Buildings in the Light of EU Directive 2002/91/EC, Belgrade, 2006
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