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As part of the EU-funded project “Further Development of Energy Planning Capacity”, that LDK Consultants is implementing, Serbia is preparing the Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP).

The NECP takes into account the five dimensions of the Energy Union Governance Regulation and defines the 2030 targets that will lead to a greater share of renewable energy sources in the energy mix, an increase in energy efficiency, a reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG), further development of the internal energy market, enhancement of the energy security, and will also stimulate research, innovation and competitiveness.

Public Consultation for NECP and SEA will be launched soon

The draft NECP is completed and the public consultation (among civil society organizations as well as citizens, business entities, universities and academia) will start early 2023. The draft NECP will be submitted to the Energy Community Secretariat and to the governments of neighboring countries for cross-border consultations.

In parallel, the draft Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment (SEA) on NECP, will also be subject to public consultation.

Extensive and transparent target-setting process for the Serbian Energy and Climate Policy

The elaboration of the draft NECP was a 2 year-long process that involved the development of a set of interlinked modelling tools to provide analytical insights for the decision-making process of the NECP and the development and examination of 33 different scenarios, with more than 90 variations on energy and climate planning until 2030, and with a projection until 2050.

At least 7 rounds of scenarios preparation performed, have been based on the modelling capacities for improving the energy and climate planning process - Serbian Energy Modelling System (SEMS), a tool for macroeconomic analysis (based on MANAGE) and a tool for a high level of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) participation (based on ANTARES) for analyzing the possibility of including a large amount of RES in the power system.

More than 600 model-runs were performed, followed by the preparation of 7 modelling results reports, as well as 12 Working Group Meetings and about 50 bilateral meetings held. The process involved the engagement of a Working Group consisting of a large number of stakeholders from the public and private sectors and civil society organizations.

Strategic Framework

The Energy Sector Development Strategy of the Republic of Serbia will be prepared with a horizon of the year 2040 with projections up to 2050. The Energy strategy will take into account the report on National Determined Contribution and the draft bill on the Carbon Development Strategy.

LDK Consultants is a Group of 9 consulting and engineering companies with offices in Greece, Belgium, Cyprus, Jordan, Kenya, Romania and Serbia.

The LDK Group is a trusted partner of international funders, investors and policy makers and is contributing with its blend of expertise in engineering and policy advice; its constant collaboration with the public and private sector is undoubtedly promoting the sustainability of the economy and environment worldwide.

The Group’s Energy sector constitutes one of the 6 major lines of service, along with Engineering & Project Management, Environment, Transport Infrastructure, Socioeconomic Development Consultancy, Information Dissemination.

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