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Zaštita materijala
2014, vol. 55, iss. 2, pp. 133-141
article language: English
document type: Review Paper
published on: 13/05/2015
doi: 10.5937/ZasMat1402133J
Renewable energy resources in Serbia and Russia
aAlfa University, Belgrade
bV.I. Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
cUniversity Singidunum, Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration - FEFA, Belgrade


European integrations and social and economic changes in Serbian economy on the way to the EU (MESTD - 47009)
Advanced technologies for monitoring and environmental protection from chemical pollutants and radiation burden (MESTD - 43009)


Energy Policy of the Republic of Serbia and Russia is entirely based on the principles of sustainable development and the Kyoto Protocol. This paper reviews in details the characteristics of energy policy in Serbia and Russia and provides examples of certain kinds of energy. Serbia and Russia are rich in renewable energy resources. The explorations of mineral and thermal mineral water sources carried out in Serbia have shown high quality mineral waters that can be used for medical purposes. Mineral and thermal mineral sources in health resorts, in Serbia, represent natural resources with large possibilities for the development of tourism, health tourism, agriculture and other economic activities. Special attention should be directed to the needed multidisciplinary research projects for the purpose of the relevant criteria necessary for usage of every thermal mineral water. Intensive exploitation of the renewable resources must become one of the important aims of economic development in Serbia.



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