For a Quick Print of the New Home, Stop by Čačak

Nowadays, the construction industry must progress rapidly to follow world trends. Constructors and manufacturers of construction machines are constantly working on improving technical capabilities to meet all the requirements in modern facilities construction. This industry is facing significant challenges since it is necessary to protect the environment by reducing non-renewable …

What’s So Important About Mini-Grids?

To power a drill, run a lathe, turn a mill or work a pump, a thriving business needs electricity. Without it, the work must be done by hand. Six hundred million people living on the continent of Africa lack access to energy. These 600 million people need electricity to light …

Energy Goals Set, Green Results are Expected

Renewable energy sources, environmental protection, and the pursuit of climate change mitigation have long been global goals, the achievement of which should lead to a new, significantly different concept of life on our planet. On the way to a sustainable organization of the economy and society as a whole, there …

How Renewables Offer New Solutions for District Heating and Cooling

Innovation in technology, digitalisation and building efficiency are opening the heating sector to low-temperature renewables according to IRENA report. Heating is the largest end user of energy, accounting for over 50 percent of global final energy consumption worldwide. At present, much of this demand is met by burning fossil fuels, …

International Conference on “Energy and Climate Change”

The 14th International Conference on “Energy and Climate Change” will take place online due to the uncertainty that COVID-19 has imposed, but also with physical presence if conditions allow. The intention is to host it at   the “Kostis Palamas” building of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, on …

Renewable Energy: Common Myths Debunked

Critics of renewable energy often cite two reasons for why they think a transition from fossil fuels will take half a century. Firstly, that sources of renewable energy are too intermittent to be reliable and secondly, that governments cannot bear the costs of switching entire economies to clean energy. It’s …

Denmark To Build World’s First Energy Island In The North Sea

Denmark has reached a landmark agreement on the construction of an energy hub in the North Sea. The energy hub will be an artificially constructed island 80 kilometers from the shore of the peninsula Jutland. It will be owned by a public-private partnership. The hub will strengthen the integration of …