Belgrade without diesel buses in seven years

Belgrade without diesel buses in seven years

Belgrade without diesel buses in seven years Izvor: N1

Serbia's Government Group for Clean Air, headed by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, said Belgrade planned that in the next seven years buses in the capital would be only electric or with a hybrid engine, N1 reported on Tuesday.

Besides, further air pollution the Government said in a statement that the purchase of electric or hybrid cars would be subsided.

The statement added that there would be more measures like another sound barrier with moss. It also said that the property tax reduction for those living in energy-efficient buildings, and those who planned to build them.

The Group was formed after Belgrade, and some other places in Serbia, were on or even topped the world lists of the most polluted cities and the public outcry it caused.

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