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Energy efficiency measures in schools to help children grow as future leaders of energy transition

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Implementation of energy efficiency measures in schools and kindergartens, besides leading to energy savings and reduction of environmental pollution, would also improve the conditions in which children spend much of their time. More so, it would also develop their awareness of the importance of energy efficiency and sustainable development, making them future leaders of the energy transition process, was the message conveyed at the 6th meeting of the Serbian Parliamentary Energy Policy Forum (PFEPS), held under the title Energy Transition for Serbia.


The meeting was held in the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. It was organized by the GIZ Open Regional Fund for South East Europe – Energy Efficiency (ORF-EE), GIZ DKTI Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Serbia and the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence, in cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.


The meeting, among others, served the presentation of the project on increase of energy efficiency in schools and kindergartens, including the identification of obstacles and solutions for a faster development of renewables.


Read the results from the National Assembly on Balkan Green Energy News website.