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Energy Week“, which is marked under the framework of the European energy days and aims to raise awareness of energy efficiency and sustainability, was held in Serbia for the first time from 29th May to 2nd June.

“Energy Week” officially opened with the conference “High-level policy conference: Sustainable energy for all”, as well as workshops for pupils of primary and secondary schools at the Natural History Museum, entitled “Energy efficiency and use of renewable energy in practice”.

During “Energy Week” citizens were able to ride the “Green bus tour” an eco-bus, visit the Nikola Tesla Museum and the Museum of Science and Technology or visit the thematic exhibition at the French Institute or the exhibition “Rubén Salgado – Solar portraits” at the Cervantes Institute.

The event was organised by the City of Belgrade and CEDEF, with the support of the Ministry of Mining and Energy.

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