UDC 502.171:531.62:061.1
Biblid: 1451-3188, 11 (2012)
Vol. 12, No 41, pp. 246-257
DOI:

Оriginal article
Received: 01 Jan 1970
Accepted: 01 Jan 1970

CERTAIN ASPECTS OF EU DIRECTIVE ON RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

Dukić Mijatović Marijana (Правни факултет Универзитета Привредна академија Нови Сад), marijana.dukic.mijatovic@gmail.com
Mirković Predrag

Trends in the global economy to a large extent define the current and future prospects of the human environment, natural resources and the general concept of healthy living. The European Union at the global level is a factor that succeeds through a variety of measures to protect the environment, respecting the standards in food production, as well as in the implementation of measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, undoubtedly become a leader in the world in terms of regulation and enforcement measures in the field of climate and energy policy. In this sense, the subject’s research related to one of the provisions of the so-called. Set of EU regulations in the field of climate change and energy, which was adopted in 2009, which implements a new and very courageous decision for the future of not only the continent, but also around the world? A particular aspect of attention in this paper focuses on one part of this set, which is related to the Renewable Energy Directive. This Directive deals with all the issues that are important in the context of renewable energy sources, and particular attention is paid to the use of biofuels as an alternative form of energy. The paper analyzes only some of the solutions from the set of EU rules and to the decisions concerning the biofuel, which is the energy future. Bearing in mind the amount of matter that is the subject of research, in this paper, attention will be paid to the provisions of the most significant characteristics of a set of rules, as well as some new solutions that have been adopted by Directive in the way of producing different types of biofuels.

Keywords: Ecology, energy and climate policy, renewable energy, biofuels, energy efficiency