16. Jun 2014.

Training was held within “ReEnergy” Initiative

From 11th to 13th of June 2014 training named “ReEnergy: Towards Sustainable Energy Policy of Local Communities” was organized in Belgrade Open School.

The training was created for representatives of local self-government units, public enterprises and civil society organizations. The lecturers, Aleksandar Macura, Aleksandar Kovacevic and Djordje Tursijan, have presented use and significance of sustainable energy sources and energy efficiency to training participants. Robert Pasicko from the United Nations Development Programme in Republic of Croatia has introduced participants with his experience on establishing renewable energy cooperatives. These kinds of cooperatives serve as a good example of energy management on local level.

During the third and most of the second day of training, participants have been lectured on creating project proposals. In such way participants were given tools for putting their ideas into specific project proposal. This part of training was lectured by Mirko Popovic and Vladimir Pavlovic from Centre for European Integration of Belgrade Open School.

The training was implemented as a part of Belgrade Open School’s project named “ReEnergy – Challenges in Applying European Standards on Creating and Implementing Energy and Environmental Policy in Republic of Serbia” which is being supported by Office of Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Belgrade.