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Ambassador Ferguson: British Companies Interested in Developing Projects in Serbia

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During a conversation with Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović, the British Ambassador in Belgrade, H.E. Edward Ferguson, stated that British companies are keen to participate in ongoing projects within Serbia. 

Ambassador Ferguson emphasized that his nation holds a particular interest in collaborating within the fields of energy, mining, energy transition, and infrastructure. He underscored their international expertise and the potential for project financing through the UK Export Finance’s credit mechanism.

According to him, the United Kingdom is well-acquainted with reform processes within Serbia’s energy sector and believes that their proven experience and efficiency could be applied to the realm of energy, especially within the context of the energy transition process.

Đedović highlighted that amidst the global energy crisis, Serbia aims to fortify its energy security while continuing its sustainable transition to cleaner energy sources. In this endeavor, the wealth of knowledge and experience possessed by the United Kingdom becomes highly relevant.

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“We are aware of the significant interest shown by the United Kingdom in engaging with Serbia’s new energy policy. This includes projects involving the construction of large hydroelectric plants, the establishment of new capacities for renewable energy sources, energy storage, energy efficiency, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. I am hopeful that we can capitalize on some of these opportunities and achieve tangible outcomes in the near future,” concluded the Minister.

Photo: mre.gov.rs

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