Skoči na glavni sadržaj

Izvorni znanstveni članak

Marina Gašić

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Future development and progress is reflected in the green economy, because it ensures equitable distribution of resources and funds, reducing poverty and inequality in society. Also, the green economy is better prepared to handle the effects of climate change, and better managed natural resources. In addition, in favor of this there is information that the world has about 2.5 million employees in the renewable energy sector. Furthermore, very important biomass energy potential is always present, regardless of the weather. For example, an acre of corn silage can provide biogas production of about 10 000 m³ or 22 000 kWh of electricity and approximately 25,000 kWh of thermal energy. The second, also a significant example is one of the manure, where the four dairy cows can annually produce about 2 200 m³ of biogas, or 5200 kWh of electricity and approximately 5800 kWh of thermal energy. With this production, which means the goal of this study, occurs neutral energy, and a significant amount of bio-fertilizer that reduces the intensity of the use of mineral fertilizers.

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renewable energy; biomass; thermal energy; poverty; employment

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