Modern Management and Safety Culture for the Sustainable Energy Mix, Serbia 16-17 Sept29. April 2013. / Uncategorized
In continuation of successful Workshops held in Belgrade (Serbia) in 2010, in Zagreb (Croatia) and in Ljubljana (Slovenia) in 2012, RENECON Ltd. (www.renecon.rs) jointly with INKO Ltd. (www.inko.si/en), supported by the Energy Administration of the City Administration of Belgrade, are organising a two–day
The general idea behind the Workshop is to improve cross–regional discussions and information exchange in the energy sector and in corresponding business development, planning, strategy and investments. The target group for REMOO is high level business/industry executives and management.
The goal is to provide an international forum to present, review and discuss the effective energy topics with common dilemmas, issues of energy supply and investments in the energy mix as well as likely technical and economical options for sustainable development with focus on modern management. Only invited lectures, organised in six Sessions, will discuss eleven Topics, as follows:
Session 1 STATE OF AFFAIRS
T1 Population, Energy Demand and Sustainable Development
Session 2 OPTIONS FOR COMMODITY AND ENERGY MIX
T2 Commodity Mix, Energy Density and Environmental Load
T3 Carbon Emissions and Climate
Session 3 MUST CONSIDER FOR SUSTAINABILITY
T4 Aging of Power Generation and Security of Energy Supply
T5 Load Change Flexibility
Session 4 MODERN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
T6 Indispensability of Safety Culture
T7 Energy Strategy, Efficiency and Saving
T8 Sustainability of Energy Mix
Session 5 COMMITMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITY
T9 Commitments and Responsibility
Session 6 IMPACT OF RISKS
T10 Capital Costs, Commodity and Equipment Prices
T11 Risks and Insurance
More than 20 eminent speakers from around Europe have confirmed their lectures.
The number of participants is limited. For participation, please contact the event organizer RENECON Ltd. (email@example.com). Only registered participants get access to lectures. Detailed registration information will be available until mid of May 2013.
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