Challenges and potentials headline Renexpo BiH


September 10, 2015





September 10, 2015




Second international trade fair and conferences on renewables and energy efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been announced by Reeco Group. On November 4 and 5 Renexpo BiH is gathering investors, decision makers, representatives of ministries and municipal authorities and businesses. The organizers said the aim is to promote the concept of energy efficient construction and the use of renewables, presenting challenges but also market potentials of the region.

This year’s Renexpo BiH will also be devoted to the market potential of small hydropower plants and new technologies, but also the legislative framework and potential projects in the Western Balkans. More than 200 experts from the Western Balkans, as well as professionals from several countries in Europe, will participate in a round table, Reeco said. German International Cooperation (GIZ) will present principles, technologies and techniques of energy efficiency in buildings. Geothermal conference will be organized on November 5 by Hermes EPC Group and Hermes Engineering Procurement Construction. Projects and opportunities from Montenegro will also be presented.

Exhibitors and investors can find about more than 100 available projects from the region. Photovoltaic power has its share in submitted endeavours, with three land-plot and one rooftop project incorporating 39 industrial buildings.

Geothermal Municipality Day will be organized by British and German experts. There will be a Small Hydropower Expert Exchange with teams from Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. Energy Efficiency Typology Exhibition, business meetings and Premiere of Energiewende – the Energy Transition will be some of the main points of Renexpo.

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