Solar Revolution in Three Balkan Cities

Cities in the Western Balkans are not just envisioning a future powered by the sun, they are actively shaping it, setting the stage for a sustainable tomorrow. In 2014, Poreč-Parenzo installed photovoltaic power plants and solar collector systems on eight public buildings, generating over 1,000,000 kWh of green electricity. The city is also a leader in sustainable energy projects, such as the Poreč e-City bus and energy-efficient public lighting. Mostar, a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina is actively shaping a path to becoming a “city of good energy.” The city signed the Declaration on Good Energy in 2023, which aims to ensure equal access to renewable energy sources for all citizens. Kragujevac is boldly addressing climate change by setting ambitious targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. To reach these goals, Kragujevac is implementing a range of measures, from energy efficiency enhancement in construction to promoting sustainable transportation.


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