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SummarySerbia has huge potential for the growth of renewable energy sources. It is on the road to attaining European Union (EU) membership and is committed to ensuring that its energy legislation complies with EU standards by achieving a renewable energy target of 27% of its energy mix coming from renewable sources by 2020 in comparison to 1990 levels. Serbia is seeking opportunities to take advantage of the cheapest form of renewable energy, which, apart from mini hydro, is wind.Scope- Serbia's Feed-in Tariffs for renewable energy sources- Wind installed capacity and generation trends in Serbia- Electricity Grid Code of Serbia- Major players in the Serbian wind marketReasons to buy- Understand the wind installed capacity and generation trends in Serbia- Gain insight into Serbia's Feed-in Tariffs for renewable energy sources and the Electricity Grid Code of Serbia- Identify key players and developments in the Serbian wind market
1 Table of Contents1 Table of Contents 11.1 List of Tables 11.2 List of Figures 12 Summary 23 Serbia Wind Market - Unblocking Opportunities in the Electricity Generation Mix 23.1 Feed-in Tariffs Boost Renewable Growth in Serbia 43.2 Electricity Grid Code of Serbia 53.3 Serbia Wind Installed Capacity and Generation, 2015-2025 53.4 Key Players 74 Appendix 94.1 Abbreviations 94.2 Bibliography 94.3 Methodology 94.4 Contact Us 114.5 Disclaimer 111.1 List of TablesTable 1: Power Market, Serbia, Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Sources, 2014 4Table 2: Wind Power Market, Serbia, Installed Capacity (MW), 2015-2025 6Table 3: Wind Power Market, Serbia, Generation (GWh), 2015-2025 6Table 4: Continental Wind Partners LLC, Key Facts 7Table 5: Fintel Energia Group SpA, Key Facts, 2015 7Table 6: Prenecon S.A., Key Facts, 2015 8Table 7: Vestas Systems AG, Key Facts, 2015 8Table 8: Abbreviations 91.2 List of FiguresFigure 1: Wind Power Market, Serbia, Installed Capacity (MW), 2015-2025 6Figure 2: Wind Power Market, Serbia, Generation (GWh), 2015-2025 6