In winter, Pljevlja is one of the cities with the most polluted air in the region, where 2000 tons of coal in the season are burned by the city boiler room. Exploitation of coal shaped the city and the life in it. Read More
The Kovačica wind farm consists of 38 wind turbines, each with a capacity of 2.75 MW. The region is very suitable for the construction of wind farms, due to the configuration of the terrain, due to easier access and connection, as well Read More
Energy cooperatives are one of the ways in which citizens can unite and produce energy together, consume as much as they need, and place surpluses on the market. In addition, they represent a way for citizens to actively contribute to the energy Read More
Of all the risks to human health from the environment, air pollution has the greatest negative impact. Among other things, air pollution leads to heart disease, stroke, lung disease and lung cancer. The Republic of Serbia has not yet adopted the Air Read More
What does the analysis of energy efficiency of a municipality mean? What does an energy audit of buildings look like? What do we get from energy efficiency measures? Nikola and Željko, energy efficiency experts, answer these questions using the example of the Read More
In the Western Balkans region, there are initiatives that provide subsidies to citizens for the insulation of residential buildings, the installation of new joinery , as well as the replacement of obsolete and inefficient heating systems. Ask in your local self-government if Read More
Millions of households across the Western Balkans live in the state of energy poverty, but they remain invisible to the existing policies. We all must contribute to secure a just green transition with affordable, clean energy for all.
Cvijetin from Dvorovi near Bijeljina decided to abandon coal and to switch to pellet. The replacement of old, inefficient heating devices is not cheap, but it pays off in many ways.
We could maintain the warmth in our homes, all the while fireplace is running on good energy: maintaining both wood use efficiency and keeping our lungs healthy. We got the know-how, so why are we behind the schedule?
Matter of solving the air pollution problem is, in every sense of the word – fire.
It is about time we phase it out.