Days of Renewable Energy Sources conference to be held on June 12-14 in Pula, Croatia

Conference Days of renewable energy sources from June 12 to 14 in Pula

Photo: RES Croatia


May 24, 2024







May 24, 2024






After the five successful Days of Good Wind and Sunny Days conferences, this year all the technologies are combined. Days of Renewable Energy Sources – RES Days will be held in Pula from June 12 to 14 at the Park Plaza Histria Hotel.

Under the patronage of WindEurope, SolarPower Europe, and the European Biogas Association, the Days of Renewable Energy Sources annual event will feature experts from the public and private sectors and top representatives of national and international institutions. The conference is organized by Renewable Energy Sources of Croatia.

Confirmed attendees include WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson and SolarPower Europe CEO Walburga Hemetsberger.

The goal of RES Days 2024 (Dani obnovljivih izvora energije) is to discuss more efficient ways of using renewables through joint discussions and exchanging knowledge and experiences, thereby encouraging stronger development of green projects.

The three-day event will comprise nine panels and lectures on topics such as public policies in the sector, technology development (wind, solar, geothermal, biogas, and biomass), grid modernization and the simplification of administrative procedures, thermal and electrical energy storage, and the future of hydrogen technology. The discussions will include project financing opportunities, Renewable Energy Sources of Croatia announced.

The green transition has no alternative

You can fill out the application to participate in the conference here, after which you will receive a confirmation email with a payment offer for the registration fee, links for booking hotel or apartment accommodation at discounted rates, additional optional content, and other important information.

“The green transition has no alternative. Join us to be part of the solution, as Croatia and the region can and must utilize their significant potential in the field of renewable energy,” said the organizers.

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