Serbia has some of the best renewable energy resource in Europe

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The aim of the International Trade fair for renewable sources SOLAR , THERM, BIOMASS Serbia 2013 fair is to promote the use of renewable energy sources for thermal power generation purposes, pointing to the possibility of economic development, utilization of... The first thing you need to do is choose a news reader, if you already don't have one.

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Sliema, Malta

#1 Nov 30, 2012
Yes, and that's why everyone wants a piece of us. Serbia always had something no one else did
Karolcik

Czech Republic

#2 Nov 30, 2012
This might be just another small factor of Vojvodina's EU leanings, the EU placing great emphasis on biomass.

Either remove this factor (i.e. explain to Vojvodinian farmers that EU's renewable energy and agricultural policy is unsustainable) or count with this constant pro-EU leanings.

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