Energy transition and potential areas of Polish-Serbian cooperation were discussed at a meeting between the Deputy Minister of Climate and Environment of Poland, Piotr Dziadzio and a group of parliamentarians from the Republic of Serbia.
Having pointed out that both countries are facing fundamental changes in the energy sector, Deputy Minister Dziadzio emphasised that Poland is ready to deepen cooperation with Serbia during the EU accession process.
“Polish enterprises and companies can offer Serbia their valuable support and knowledge gained in recent years, including in the use of renewable energy sources. The implementation of this cooperation may take place as part of the Polish Support for Climate programme, implemented by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management. The Fund will co-finance projects implemented by Polish entities in cooperation with partners from a number of countries, including Serbia”, he stressed.
In addition, he discussed Poland’s commitment to achieving climate neutrality in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement and underlined the role of the Energy Policy of Poland until 2040.
“Thanks to PEP2040, we will achieve the goals of decarbonisation in a rational and responsible way which will not lead to an excessive burden on household budgets, deepening difficulties in satisfying energy needs, weakening the economy or degrading the industry”.
Offshore wind, increased use of RES technology, construction of nuclear power plants and the development of electromobility, hydrogen mobility as well as emission-free public transport were other topics that he addressed during the meeting with the delegation.
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