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All countries of the world deal with problems related to the energy provision andthe protection of the environment in a lesser or a greater extent. The consequencesof current relations between the production and consumption of electric power arepermanent increase in price of the electric power, which leads to the ecologicallyand economically reasonable necessity to include the alternative sources in theglobal strategy of energetics development.Since the Republic of Serbia can not act as being isolated from the worldprocesses, she undertook the obligations related to energetics under the AthensMemorandum and the Kyoto Protocol, for the protection and improvement ofenvironment, as well as for the fulfillment of standards for the purpose of furtherintegrations.Biogas in Serbia becomes the alternative source of energy on agriculturalhouseholds in two aspects – the aspect of energetics and the aspect of ecology. Incomparison to techniques of electric power production from other renewable andfossil biogenic energy sources, the usage of biogas from the liquid manure isaccomplished with a significant decrease in gas emissions which lead to thehothouse effect.

Keywords: biogas ; energy ; ecology ; international obligations

Subject(s): Production Economics

Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies

Resource /Energy Economics and Policy

Issue Date: 2008

Publication Type: Journal Article

PURL Identifier: http://purl.umn.edu/245337 Published in: Economics of Agriculture, Volume 55, Number 3 Page range: 177-187

Record appears in: Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade - Serbia > Economics of Agriculture

Economics of Agriculture

Economics of Agriculture





Author: Jovanovic, Milenko ; Radakovic, Darko ; Kis, Ferenc

Source: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/245337?ln=en







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