Pirot is a Serbian city in the east of the country. Four of its schools, the Dairy high school, the Elementary school 8. septembar, the Elementary school Duško Radović and the Elementary School Sveti Sava, “had obsolete and unreliable crude oil boilers, a solution that wasn’t environmentally friendly” and were in great need of immediate heating solutions. Solutions that would also be sustainable, eco friendly and would cost less.
Here is where GGE “a leader in energy services in the SEE region”, that provides companies and public institutions “with ways to manage their energy consumption, become more efficient, save money and reduce their environmental footprints.”
Ankica Barbulov, director of GGE in Serbia, signed the contract with Pirot Mayor Vladan Vasić at the Pirot town hall
GGE together with the City of Pirot and ESCO company signed a contract, thanks to which they started the “installation of the biomass boilers in each of selected school. Biomass is locally sourced and an environmentally friendly fuel.”
The City of Pirot has believed in and has been supporting environments protection for years, looking forward to improve energy efficiency and use as much as possible renewable energy sources. The Mayor of the city, Vladan Vasić has said that “a modern heating system on biomass improves efficiency and lowers the environmental impact.”
GGE have offices in Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Czech Republic and Italy and until now they have worked together and for more than sixty (60) cities and municipalities of the wider region…/IBNA