Serbia

Law on Energy

Legislative
Law
Passed in 2014
This law regulates energy policy, and in particular the conditions for reliable, safe and quality delivery of energy and conditions for safe supply of customers, protection of energy and energy customers, conditions for construction of new energy facilities, status and scope of work of the Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia, the use of renewable energy sources, incentive measures, organisation of the electricity market, natural gas and petroleum and petroleum products, rights and obligations of participants in the market, and ownership of the network system operator. This law also regulates the production, distribution and supply of heat energy as an energy activity. The objectives of this law as states in art. 3 include 1) to provide conditions for improving energy efficiency in performing energy activities and energy consumption, and 2) to create economic, economic and financial conditions for the production of energy from renewable energy sources and combined production of electricity and heat

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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