Green World Conferences invited participants to the fourth edition of Balkan Energy Leaders, annual conference and exhibition, which will be held on March 17 and 18 in hotel Crown Plaza Belgrade. The event will expand coverage of the renewable energy deployment opportunities and obstacles that wind, hydro, waste-to-energy, biomass and solar sectors are currently facing in the Balkans, organizers underscored.
Renewables are receiving more and more recognition in the region and although there are still a lot of issues and gaps in legislation, headway has been made, the announcement said. The main topics of the conference include governmental support for renewable energy development and the region’s energy infrastructure integration with the European Union.
The event will have topics like project development options, renewable energy technologies update and energy storage. Visitors can attend presentations about turning municipal waste to energy, the biogas and biomass market opportunities, and grid integration in the green power sector.
Some of the themes are also operations and maintenance and wear and tear protection, project finance, power purchase agreements and energy legislation update. The third Serbian annual EnerTech Balkans conference and exhibition was organized in Hyatt in March of last year.