The SuDES project is finalised (May 2012). The reports can be downloaded below. See team and contacts for further information.
Report on Climate Aspects of the Energy Sector in Serbia (4 parts) in English
PART 1: Summary, Introduction to the report and Policy Assessment. Download here
PART 2: Development Energy Sector and Impacts on Greenhouse Gas Emissions to 2020. Download here
PART 3: Low Carbon Scenarios Energy Sector 2050 and Carbon Capture and Storage. Download here
PART 4: Impact EU Emission Trading Scheme, ETS Road Map and Carbon Market Mechanisms. Download here
Aspekti klimatskih promena u razvoju energetskog sektora u Srbiji
PRVI DEO – Rezime, uvod u izveštaj i evaluacija politika. Preuzmite fajl ovde
DRUGI DEO – Razvoj energetskog sektora i uticaji na gasove sa efektom staklene bašte do 2020. godine. Preuzmite fajl ovde
TREĆI DEO – Scenariji niskog nivoa emisija ugljenika u energetskom sektoru do 2050. godine, Skupljanje i skladištenje ugljenika. Preuzmite fajl ovde
ČETVRTI DEO – Uticaj Šeme EU za trgovinu emisijama, Mapa puta za Šemu trgovine emisijama i Mehanizmi tržišta emisija ugljenika. Preuzmite fajl ovde
Work plan on monitoring and reporting under the EU Emission Trading Scheme
Work plan on monitoring and reporting under the EU Emission Trading Scheme (in English). Download here
Radni plan monitoringa i izveštavanja u okviru Šeme EU za trgovinu emisijama u energetskom sektoru. Preuzmite fajl ovde
Informativna brošura Energija i klima u Srbiji – Izazovi i mogućnosti (in Serbian)
The SuDES project has prepared an information brochure on Energy and Climate in Serbia (in Serbian), available for download here: Informativna brošura energija i klima u Srbiji
Seminar on energy and climate; the role of stakeholders. April 12th 2012
The closing seminar for the project was held on April 12th 2012. This seminar aimed to involve and inform a broad range of stakeholders in Serbian administration, civil society, education and business on the future challenges and opportunities resulting from sustainable development of the energy sector in Serbia. In particular the links between energy and climate were addressed.
Presentations latest workshop International developments on climate change & Implementation of the EU Emission Trading Scheme in Serbia and impact on the energy sector Thursday February 9th, 2012 can be found here
The SuDES Project (Sustainable Development in the Energy Sector), financed by EU and managed by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia, assists Serbia in the activities with the main goal to contribute to sustainable development in Serbia by enhancing capacities in the energy sector to efficiently use resources in compliance with the EU energy and climate acquis.
The main purpose of SuDES project is to build capacity in the energy sector which will enable:
- implementation of sustainable energy policy,
- implementation of the Kyoto Protocol and its possible successor,
- increasing the quality of conventional fuels and creating preconditions for placing on the market fuels of biological origin,
- raising the awareness by public campaigns and trainings in sustainable development .
The SuDES project addresses two key issues in the sustainable development of the energy sector in Serbia:
1 Kyoto Protocol and the Energy Sector
This project will support the Ministry for Infrastructure and Energy by improving GHG scenarios in the energy sector, by identifying mitigation measures, by investigation the impact of future obligations as well as any opportunities for participation in carbon financing mechanisms.
2 Quality of Liquid Fuels, Fuel Quality Monitoring System (FQMS) and Biofuels Labeling – Certification System
The project’s second part is focused on the monitoring of the quality of liquid fuels of mineral and biological origin and calculation of the reduction of the GHG emissions requested by the relevant Directives and Decisions of the EU.
The project is implemented by a consortium of Kommunalkredit Public Consulting KPC (Austria), EPTISA (Spain) and the Austrian Environmental Agency UBA. The project is implemented in the period April 2011 to April 2012.
This site provides background information on both topics and information on the project.
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