Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Aleksandar Antic said at the energy forum in Belgrade that Serbia is currently producing 21 % of its electricity from renewable energy sources (RES), adding that efforts are being made in order to increase the use of this potential, since the country is in obligation to increase the percentage to 27 by 2020.
Minister Antic said that the signing of agreements three large projects, with combined installed capacity of 320 MW, is expected soon and these plants are supposed to be commissioned in late 2018 and early 2019. He stated that renewable energy sources are the future and our obligation to future generations, adding that it is necessary for Serbia to turn to clean energy sources which are not an alternative, but a reality.
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