Balkan Solar Summit to be held on February 8-9 in Banja Luka

Balkan Solar Summit to be held on February 8th and 9th in Banja Luka

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January 28, 2024


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January 28, 2024


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The Balkan Solar Summit conference will take place on February 8-9 at Banski Dvor in Banja Luka, where discussions will revolve around the latest trends and innovations in the field of solar and wind energy, energy storage, as well as other aspects of energy transition and sustainability.

The Balkan Solar Summit program includes a series of panel discussions, lectures, and workshops, focusing on innovative approaches, strategies, and technologies crucial for the transition to a sustainable energy future, according to organizers.

Topics will cover the role of solar energy in achieving carbon neutrality, project financing for solar and wind, as well as the development and implementation of battery energy storage systems.

“We have put in an exceptional effort to gather leading experts and innovators in the field of renewable energy, creating a platform that not only informs but also inspires,” said Program Director Ervin Leko.

Leko: We have brought together all the key factors in the chain of projects from renewable energy sources

He emphasized that each program segment is carefully designed to encourage discussion, collaboration, and the generation of new ideas.

“We have gathered all key players in the chain of renewable energy projects, including investors, project developers, financiers, traders, and regulators, to foster collaboration, and knowledge exchange, and create a favorable environment for the development of solar, wind, and other projects in the region,” highlighted Leko.

According to the organizers, the Balkan Solar Summit is not just a place for learning and exchanging experiences but also a platform for networking and creating new business opportunities in the dynamic renewable energy sector.

The conference is conceived as a business event and a game-changer in the world of renewable energy sources

In addition to representatives from companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, and Montenegro, Banja Luka will be visited by companies from China, Egypt, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Spain, and many other countries this February.

“The Summit is conceived as a business event and a game-changer in renewable energy sources. Visitors can expect an exceptional program with over 60 experts discussing the latest trends and challenges in the industry. The quality of the stage and production will be at the highest level, and we promise numerous networking opportunities, allowing our participants to create valuable business connections and exchange knowledge,” said conference director Milena Mijatović.

Organizers note that tickets for the Balkan Solar Summit are running out, urging interested individuals to reserve their spots in advance.

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