6th Balkan Energy Finance Forum (BEFF)

15. August 2013. / Uncategorized

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16 and 17 October, 2013
Westin Hotel, Zagreb

With growing energy demands and outdated power systems, the Balkan and Southeast European region is in chronic need of energy infrastructure investment. From generation capacity through to energy use, the full supply chain needs to be developed and strengthened. The region has huge renewable energy potential, including Wind, Solar, Biomass and Hydro, as well as access to favourable fossil-fuel markets. Can this need and potential be matched and realised? Croatia will join the EU in 2013 and Serbia is making clear progress towards accession, so what will this mean for regional energy markets? Will investment be more favourable or will increased legislation have an effect?

Following the success of our 2012 event which attracted over 200 attendees from over 25 countries, our 6th Annual Balkan Energy Finance Forum (BEFF 2013) will again unite key players from across the energy industry, both from private and public sectors, tackling key issues facing the development of the energy market. Focus will be paid to national and regional energy policy and the mobilisation and allocation of public and private funds. Although offering an insight into the regional energy market, our 2013 forum will provide a focused analysis of the opportunities in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency projects.

Moving away from generic Energy discussions, our 6th annual form will highlight the bankability of energy projects for private sector investors, including expert scrutiny of risks and challenges from a range of international professionals, utilising real life case studies of successful and stalled projects, as well as offering a review of upcoming projects in generation and distribution infrastructure, renewable energy projects (Wind, Solar, Hydro, Biomass and alternative sources) and energy efficiency programmes.

Following the success of our 2012 edition that attracted over 200 participants from more than 25 countries, BEFF 2013 will again unite key players from across the energy industry, both from private and public sectors, tackling key issues facing the development of the energy market.

Moving away from generic energy discussions, this year’s event will address:

– Market trends and analysis

– Potential of Renewable and Energy Efficiency projects

– Bankability of Renewable Energy projects

– Building and connecting the Balkan Grid

– Electricity pricing and trading

– Diversification of power generation sources

– The future of natural gas

For more information please contact Stephanie Gryszan-Brindley and Ana Bankovic at E.E.L Events, or call +44 207 275 8020.
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