The Serbian government continues to actively work on laws and regulations that will improve the level of renewable energy resources available in the nation. Hydrogen generation and utilization is one such promising field. This chemical is widely present on Earth and works well as a carrier of energy.
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.
It is planned to build the first hydrogen production plant in the vicinity of the Sava or Danube rivers. It would be a floating mobile platform with 110 hydrogen tanks of 50 cubic meters each and facilities for the production of electricity -wind or solar power plants, with a total capacity of up to 3 MW-, as revealed at the conference on the Strategy of the Hydrogen in Serbia.