Obnovljivi izvori energije, potencijali i primena u svetskim okvirima i u Srbiji

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Miomir Mikić Sanja Petrović Zorica Sovrlić Daniela Urošević

Apstrakt

Oko 80% globalne potrošnje energije (struje i toplote) proizvede se sagorevanjem fosilnih goriva. Ovakav vid goriva je ograničen u svojoj količini, a nakon obavljenih alarmantnih podaka o posledicama emisije gasova sa efektom staklene bašte, koji nastaju upravo sagorevanjem fosilnih goriva, sve više država se opredeljuje za obnovljive izvore energije. Obnovljivi izvori energije se nalaze u prirodi i obnavljaju u celini ili delimično. Upotreba obnovljivih izvora energije se nameće kao vrlo prihvatljiva mogućnost u osiguranju energije za budućnost i za zaustavljanje dalje degradacije životne sredine.

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Kako citirati
MIKIĆ, Miomir et al. Obnovljivi izvori energije, potencijali i primena u svetskim okvirima i u Srbiji. Zbornik Međunarodne konferencije o obnovljivim izvorima električne energije – MKOIEE, [S.l.], v. 8, n. 1, p. 111-117, oct. 2020. Dostupno na: <http://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/mkoiee/article/view/6125>. Datum pristupa: 24 jan. 2021
Sekcija
Energetski izvori i skladištenje energije

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