9th Balkan Energy Finance Forum 2016, News Serbia Energy
Serbia: Power utility Elektroprivreda October 1 – November 1, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Belgrade
With major issues regarding energy supply security and its diversity on the mind of the South East Europe, EEL Events brings you the 9th Balkan Energy Finance Forum, discussing the most topical issues in the market. Apart from addressing current issues in the electricity and oil & gas sector, this conference has registered a strong interest in the potential for Energy Trading including: possibilities for market coupling, market liberalisation, congestion management and energy pricing. Also, you will see presentations on successful renewable projects in chosen countries and hear case studies of feasible use of Biogas, Wind, Solar and Hydro Energy. Financing RES and EE project to produce clean and affordable energy in South East Europe will be another hot topic to be discussed.
With energy and renewable energy projects leading the way, high quality industry leaders will seek to analyze many investment opportunities and look to identify projects which will help expand the industry in a way that makes the best possible financial sense. There will also be many opportunities for delegates to interact, ask questions and build upon their business networks.
The Balkan Energy Finance Forum has been organised to provide an platform for energy executives to discuss the future of the Balkan Energy Market. Main discussions will tackle issues on bankability of energy and renewable energy projects as well as risks and challenges associated with their development. Through support of real-life case studies from across the energy sector, we will also be looking at how energy stakeholders can incorporate sustainable strategies and solutions into their new projects in order to maximise their profits from their energy investment.
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