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Led by Norwegian Embassy in Serbia, the second in a series of events “Nordic Green – Solutions for Serbia” was held at the Science Technology Park Belgrade.

Under the tittle “Nordic-Serbian Partnership for Renewable Energy” event focused on renewable energy, the application of latest technologies in energy systems and storage solutions as well as other relevant topics such as balancing the power market, technology development and public-private partnership for innovation.

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With all four Nordic Ambassadors in presence, Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Djedovic addressed the audience highlighting Government’s priorities in the Energy sector and the importance of Nordic support and close cooperation on on-going projects and initiatives.

H.E. Jørn Eugen Gjelstad, Ambassador Of Norway To Serbia with Dubravka Djedovic, Minister of Mining and Energy
Iva Petrović, Executive Director Of The Nordic Business Alliance

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