The IKEM took part in a training project to develop skills for evaluating energy policy alternatives in the Balkans.

Stadt in Bosnien


IKEM’s Aleksandra Novikova is part of the training staff on an EU-funded Technical Assistance and Information Exchange (TAIEX) project under the Environment and Climate Regional Accession Network (ECRAN). The project builds skills and knowledge in the countries of the Western Balkans so that they can use quantitative models and climate scenarios to assess various options for action as well as the achievement of their climate and energy goals. The ministries for the environment in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Iceland, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey benefit from this training. The project was successfully completed at the end of 2015.


ECRAN - Knowledge transfer in the field of climate and energy policy

Principal: European Commission

Funding programme: TAIEX

Project partner: Environment and Climate Regional Accession Network

Duration: 01/2015–12/2015