DECARBONIZATION, EFFICIENCY, ENERGY RESOURCES, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIVENESS

Sesija: DEKARBONIZACIJA, ENERGETSKA EFIKASNOST, ENERGETSKI RESURSI, ODRŽIVI RAZVOJ I KONKURENTNOST

Integrisane aktivnosti u sisret bezkarbonskom društvu, povećanje energetske efikasnosti i relevantne mere za njeno povećanje, integralna energetska politika za održivi razvoj; karakteristike raspoloživih energetskih resursa za rad termo/hidro/vetro i drugih elektrana u narednom periodu; planiranje, racionalno korišćenje i perspektive eksploatacije fosilnih goriva i obnovljivih izvora energije u proizvodnji električne energije u elektranama uz podizanje konkurentosti cele ekonomije.

Radovi odabrani za sesiju Konferencije pod nazivom: DEKARBONIZACIJA, ENERGETSKA EFIKASNOST, ENERGETSKI RESURSI, ODRŽIVI RAZVOJ I KONKURENTNOST

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  • USE OF BIOMASS AND HYDROGEN IN THERMAL POWER PLANTS TOWARDS EU CARBON NEUTRALITY

    Christian Bergins, Efthymia-Ioanna Koytsoumpa, Michalis Agraniotis, Torsten Buddenberg, Emmanouil Kakaras, Falk Hoffmeister, Liisa Clemens, Marc D. Jedamzik (MITSUBISHI POWER EUROPE Ltd.)
  • DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A STRATEGY FOR MACEDONIAN ENERGY TRANSITION

    Kanevce Gligor, Aleksandar Dedinec (Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Skopje, Macedonia) Aleksandra Dedinec (Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia)
  • DETERMINATION OF THE AVERAGE ANNUAL EFFICIENCY BY ADAPTED MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ON CHP PLANTS

    Aleksandar Erić, Dejan Cvetinović, Predrag Škobalj, Nikola Živković, Nada Milutinović («Vinča» Institute of Nuclear Sciences, National Institute of the Republic of Serbia, University of Belgrade, Laboratory for Thermal Engineering and Energy)
  • IMPLEMENTATION OF LOW TEMPERATURE DISTRICT HEATING AND PROSUMER AS A NEW ACTOR IN DISTRICT HEATING

    Nataša Nord (Department of Energy and Process Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway)
  • SILYZER - HYDROGEN PRODUCTION

    Nenad Veljović and Petar Tatomirović (SIEMENS-Energy, Belgrade)
  • TECHNOLOGIES FOR NEGATIVE CO2 EMISSION

    Edgardo Coda Zabetta, Jenö Kovacs, Mohamed Magdeldin (Sumitomo SHI FW (SFW), Varkaus, Finland)
  • TRANSITION TOWARDS A LOW-CARBON ECONOMY

    Vasilije Manović (School of Water, Energy and Environment Building 40, Cranfield University, Cranfield, Bedfordshire MK43 0AL, UNITED KINGDOM)
  • FLEXIBILITY OF ELECTRO POWER SYSTEMS AND THE NEW ROLE OF REVERSIBLE HYDROPOWER PLANTS

    Prof Dr Aleksandar Gajić (Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia (AESS) and Supervisory Board of the PE EPS) Željko Djurišić (Electrical Engineering Faculty, University of Belgrade)
  • RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND ITS ROLE IN THE FUTURE OF ENERGY SYSTEM OF REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA

    Petar Gvero (University of Banja Luka Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Stepe Stepanovica 71, 78000 Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • IMPROVING THE OPERATION OF THERMAL POWER FACILITIES OF PE “ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY OF SERBIA” BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

    Milena Đakonović, Jovana Šejat (Sector for Energy Efficiency and Environmental Protection in Energy Production, Public Company )