The World Energy Efficiency Day was marked yesterday, as Europe has numerous examples of good practice in implementing energy efficiency measures, our public raised the question of where Serbia is. For now, our country manages to reduce final energy consumption by one percent annually, which is what we have committed ourselves to the Energy Community.
Officials from Ministry of Mines and Energy announced on this occasion that other results are lower than expected due to the energy-intensive industry, the cheapest electricity in Europe and district heating, which is still not calculated in terms of consumption.
It was also stated that a significant problem of Serbia represents large energy index, the relationship between the energy we consume and the gross national income, which shows how well we treat our energy.
Energy efficiency is often misunderstood as reducing energy consumption and limitation of our own needs, but it actually means a more rational and efficient use of energy, without any disclaimer. (eg we will use energy-saving light bulbs to save electricity rather than sitting in the dark).
The most common measures taken to reduce energy loss and increase energy efficiency are: 1. replacement of non-renewable energy by renewable 2. replacing energy inefficient consumers with efficient ones 3. insulation of living and working space 4. installation of measuring equipment and regulation devices for energy consumers.
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