The Serbian government is actively working on laws and regulations that will improve the level of renewable energy resources available in the nation. The generation and utilization of hydrogen is one of these promising fields.
The proposed hydrogen plan for Serbia was presented in February 2021. Leading specialists and scientists of the country actively participated in its elaboration, most of them professors from the University of Belgrade. The project was also developed with the help of the Mihailo Pupin Institute, the Vina Institute of Nuclear Sciences, the Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy and the business organization Elektromashinogradnya. According to this plan by 2025, Serbia must establish multiple renewable energy facilities to start producing hydrogen; by 2035 and 2050, use at least 1% and 4%, respectively, of Serbia's total electricity production for green hydrogen generation. In renewable energy plants with a combined installed capacity of 100 MW (80 MW in wind farms and 20 MW in solar plants), 5,100 tons of hydrogen must be produced annually using 270 GWh by 2035.
Also in September 2022, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce started work on creating a hydrogen strategy with the help of the German Organization for International Cooperation to put Serbia in the best possible place among green hydrogen producers and accelerate its adoption in industrial production.
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