GE Energy, Notos meet to discuss wind energy in Serbia

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BELGRADE: Executives from GE Energy met with Serbian wind energy company Notos in Belgrade for an exchange of experience and knowledge in the area of wind data collection, and to consider the future of wind power development in the Republic of Serbia

Notos is in a joint venture partnership with San Diego-based Green Star Alternative Energy.

The two-day meeting was initiated by GE and organized within the

context of the GE Strategy for South Eastern Europe. The appropriate

and skilled expansion of wind energy into the South East European

electricity market was discussed, providing a foundation for GE to work

in partnership with Notos in establishing the necessary framework for

the development and execution of future alternative energy projects.

Neven Pecotic, director of the GE Energy Development Group for South

East Europe, said, “After several years of preparatory activities and

cooperation with the Balkan State Members, GE has been instrumental in

helping them develop balanced national energy strategies, set up

inter-ministerial coordination mechanisms, and create national focal

points and energy information networks. Now, we distinguish in Notos, a

young company with the necessary qualities and management acumen to see

projects through the development phases on to completion.”

Preparations are currently underway for the follow-up meeting which

will take place in Belgrade some time in May. Notos and the expert

group from GE will chart the course of action on the implementation of

renewable energies in South Eastern Europe from 2009 onwards.

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