RENEWABLE ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN SERBIA AND THE REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA

1. Tomislav Pavlović, University of Niš, Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, Višegradska 33, 18 000 Niš, Serbia, Serbia
2. Dragoljub Mirjanić, Akademija nauka i umjetnosti Republike Srpske, Bana Lazarevića 1, Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3. Ivana Radonjić, University of Nis, Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, Department of Physics, Višegradska 33, Serbia
4. Darko Divnić, Akademija nauka i umjetnosti Republike Srpske, Bana Lazarevića 1, Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
5. Galina Sazhko, Ukrainian engineering pedagogics academy, Kharkov, Ukraine, Ukraine

The paper focuses on the use of renewable energy sources in Serbia and the Republic of Srpska and their impact on the environment and climate change. Renewable energy
sources used in Serbia are hydropower, solar energy, wind energy, biomass, and biogas. Renewable energy sources used in the Republic of Srpska are hydropower, solar energy, biomass, and biogas. When using hydropower, lakes are often formed impacting the microclimate of the environment in which they are located. Photothermal and photovoltaic solar radiation conversion installations are mostly stationary, do not emit harmful substances into the environment, and have no impact on climate change. The use of wind turbines has a certain influence on the flow of ambient air. When using biomass and biogas, combustion gases are released into the atmosphere, which has a certain impact on climate change. The paper concludes that the use of renewable energy sources in Serbia and the Republic of Srpska has a negligible negative impact on the environment and climate change.

Кључне речи: renewable energy; hydropower; solar energy; wind energy; biomass; biogas; climate change

Тематска област: СИМПОЗИЈУМ А - Наука материје, кондензоване материје и физикa чврстог стања

Датум: 16.07.2021.

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