Within the project “Reducing the impact of local communities in the cross-border region of Serbia and Montenegro on climate challenges – WE CAN”, a study visit to examples of good practice was realized.
During the two-day study visit held on 13 and 14 May 2021 in Kraljevo, the participants had the opportunity to get acquainted with the measures taken by the city of Kraljevo in order to reduce the negative impact on climate change, and especially on the emission of harmful gases.
n the continuation of the visit, the participants visited the Public Energy Company “Toplana”, where they were introduced with achievements in improving the efficiency of the system for the production of thermal energy. They also had the opportunity to get acquainted with the activities carried out on the installation of a 50kW solar power plant, as one of the activities of the project “WE CAN”.
On the second day of the study visit, the participants visited the Elementary School “Đura Jakšić”, a branch in Mataruga where a new 100kW boiler was installed through the project, which uses pellets as a renewable energy source. Participants had the opportunity to get acquainted with the measures that the school is taking to improve energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources.
The project is implemented by the Ibar Development Association “IDA” Kraljevo, Public Energy Company “Toplana” Kraljevo, “Grijanje” Ltd Pljevlja and NGO Centar ekoloških inicijativa Berane.
Source: IPA II CBC programme Serbia – Montenegro programme website