BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 24. Even though Serbia is in a process of energy transition, clean energy and renewables are not widely used in our country, due to the lack of adequate infrastructure, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia to the Republic of Azerbaijan Dragan Vladisavljević said in an interview with Trend Nov.24.
“Azerbaijan, on the other hand, has enormous potential in renewables and is working actively on building the necessary infrastructure for their exploitation, especially in terms of production and export of green electricity, which is where we see the possibility for cooperation. As our President Vucic announced during his meetings with President Aliyev, Serbia is interested in joining Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania Black Sea Submarine Cable Project and connecting with Romanian and Hungarian power grids, so that, in the future, it could provide electricity from Azerbaijani sources as well,” he explained.
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