The Israeli company Madei Taas is interested in investing in the Serbian energy sector and is ready to initiate electrical energy projects pertaining to co-generation of heating and electricity throughout Serbia.
As the Ministry of Mining and Energy announces, the Israeli company has contacted several subjects in the private and the public sectors and a few local self-governments regarding the potential investments.
Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy, Aleksandar Antic has met with the representatives of Madei Taas and the Israeli Ambassador to Serbia, Ms Alona Fisher-Kamm today.
The minister pointed out that all energy users like heating plants, and industrial facilities in the food, pharmaceutical and heavy industry, have potential projects that the Israeli companies could invest in.
Antic also pointed out at the meeting that foreign investments were welcome and that Serbia was a safe country for investments.
“After more than three decades during which no serious investments in the energy sector were made, this is the best period for the Serbian energy sector in terms of investments”, the minister outlined and added that the country had a set of energy projects that could be implemented with the view of ensuring the security of energy supply in the future and making Serbia the leader in electricity production.
Madei Taas is a privately owned company founded in 1975 which is actively involved in the design, supply, construction and servicing of Natural gas CHP, Biogas and landfill gas power plants.
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