IDVORSKY ELECTRIC TRACTOR: Our Idea for a Sustainable Future

The road that Dalibor Marković, Nikola Popov and Ivan Jovanov have passed since the first mentioning of an electric tractor till today is pervaded through struggle, learning, research, satisfaction, enthusiasm and disappointments, delusions and failures, victories and defeats. Everything that one creative process of creating startup and innovation implies. In the current decades, the world …

SAŠA CVETOJEVIĆ: Tesla is Much More than a Car, It’s a Technology on Wheels

With a successful Croatian entrepreneur, Saša Cvetojević we talked about Tesla, the most popular electric car in the world, his last year’s travel through Europe with Tesla, this year’s participation in the EV Trophy and also about the difference between the vehicles with classical and electric drive. Saša Cvetojević established his first company Insako for …

ECOMOBILITY

For this issue we have chosen a very current topic of ECOMOBILITY that has the fastest development rate in the world and is about to play increasingly important role in the region and in the Republic of Serbia) in an interesting way. For the first time we have public figures from our county and region as …

ALEKSANDRA TOMIC: The Introduction of Energy Managers a Big Step Forward for Serbia

In late September 2016, a conference on “Energy efficiency in public buildings in Serbia” was held at the hotel Metropol and was organized by GIZ, Ministry of Energy and Mining and the Faculty of Architecture. At this meeting, we learned more about the methodology of collecting and processing data on public buildings and comprehensiveness of …

BP: Global Carbon Emissions Flat for Third Year in a Row

Global carbon emissions remained flat for the third consecutive year during 2016, as a sharp fall in coal use, rapid growth in renewables, and energy efficiency improvements all combined to hold down emissions levels. That is the conclusion of the latest annual Statistical Review of World Energy from oil giant BP, which was released yesterday. …

Researchers Develop Solar Paint That Turns Water Vapor Into Hydrogen

It may be getting cheaper and easier to install solar panels onto your rooftop but what if you could generate clean energy for your home with just some paint? This reality is inching ever closer after researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Australia developed a “solar paint” capable of pulling water …