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Countdown to RENEXPO Western Balkans

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March 15, 2016

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BelExpocentar in Belgrade will be the business meeting point of investors, decision makers, ministries representatives and municipal authorities, as well as business leaders from renewable energy sectors on April 20 and 21, company REECO said. The third RENEXPO Western Balkans will provide a complete regional overview of potentials, projects, legislation and news. Side programs during the trade fair, such as exclusive industry roundtables, matchmaking between European and regional companies and entrepreneurs, as well as tailor made conferences, are included in the schedule.

Travelling interactive exhibition Energiewende will give an overview of energy transition. It is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy of Germany. Other topics are geothermal energy, biofuel, waste management, energy efficiency, wind power, small hydro and photovoltaics.

RENEXPO will host B2B meetings of Serbian engineers and representatives of European companies within its Regional Engineer Employment Days initiative. Enterprises with operations in the fields of biogas, biomass and hydropower are looking for experts with knowledge of German or English language. Interested engineers must register on RENEXPO’s website and provide a CV and motivation letter.

Visitors of the event come from the sectors of housing, agriculture and forestry, finance, project development, architecture and planning, energy trading and more. Last year’s trade fair and conferences presented expertise, know-how and innovation.

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