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The Law on Protection from the Negative Impacts of Climate Change introduces the obligation to create a low-carbon development strategy with an action plan. The low-carbon development strategy was assigned to Montenegro through the PASA support of the World Bank Group. In addition, the World Bank through the Partnership for Market Implementation (PMI) is supporting the Government in carbon pricing instruments for the energy, transport and construction sectors, as well as compensation for defining the forestry sector. It should be noted that the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) until 2050 is being prepared, as well as the National Adaptation Plan (NAP). These acts will be in accordance with the requirements of the National Energy and Climate Plan of Montenegro, in the development of which our company EcoEnergy Consulting participated. Montenegro has taken a series of measures to achieve decarbonization and reduce the emission of harmful gases. Here are some concrete examples:
  1. Increasing the share of renewable energy sources: Montenegro has invested considerable efforts in the development of wind energy and solar energy. Wind farms, solar parks and hydroelectric plants have been built, which contribute to reducing the use of fossil fuels.
  2. Energy efficiency: Energy efficiency programs and support for the energy renovation of residential buildings and public facilities have been introduced. The goal is to reduce energy consumption and the emission of harmful gases through improved insulation, more efficient heating and cooling, and the use of energy-efficient devices.
  3. Electric mobility: The use of electric vehicles is encouraged through subsidies, the construction of charging stations and ease of registration. The goal is to reduce CO2 emissions from transportation, which is one of the main sources of pollution in the country.
  4. Increasing the share of public transport: The quality of public transport is improved in order to reduce the use of private cars. Better bus systems, modernized railways and improved local transport were introduced.
  5. Education and raising awareness: Numerous campaigns and programs are being implemented to educate citizens about climate change, energy efficiency and the importance of reducing CO2 emissions. The goal is to raise the awareness and action of all citizens in the direction of decarbonization.
  6. Cooperation with international partners: Montenegro actively cooperates with international partners, including organizations such as the UN, the EU and the World Bank, in order to receive support and expertise in the decarbonization process. All these measures are still being developed and improved in order to achieve the goal of decarbonization and reduction of harmful gas emissions in Montenegro.

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