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At the Belgrade Fair, the 18th International Energy Fair and the 19th International Environmental Protection Fair have been opened, which will gather more than 80 participants until November 30th.

On this occasion, the Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović Handanović, stated that the energy system is more stable today than it was a year ago, and that citizens have made a significant contribution to this through rational energy consumption and participation in home energy rehabilitation programs.

According to her, one of the most important topics in the world today is energy security, as well as obtaining as much energy as possible from domestic sources with minimal adverse effects on the environment.

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She assessed that the energy sector is the basis of the economy and important not only for supply security but also as a driver of investment.

“At the fair, we will show citizens how to use energy more rationally and make their homes more energy efficient, and how to more easily access government subsidies for energy efficiency, because without energy there is no life, no progress, no modern world,” concluded the minister.

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