Energy and infrastructure industries explained


September 10, 2015





September 10, 2015




Green World Conferences announced that the annual Energy and Infrastructure Investment (EII) Conference will be held on November 10-11,  2015 in Zagreb, Croatia.

The organizers invited participants to learn about the pipeline, tender and financing structures and the biggest deals from the most senior representatives of the energy and infrastructure industries. All actors across the deal chain are at one event. Attendees can engage in the debate on where the market is headed, what is in store for the industry and what will be needed to satisfy Balkan investment demands. They will network with senior investors, equity sponsors and banking project leaders, as they examine how debt financing of infrastructure is evolving.

Some of the main topics are project financing options, legal aspects of developing energy and infrastructure projects in Croatia and the Balkans, and public–private projects.

The conference will be attended by representatives of Croatian governement and Zagreb City Council, city and region planning executives, business leaders and developers, consultants, lawyers, economists, lawyers and risk managers from the field.

Green World Conferences has been active within the renewable energy market since 2008 and has organised over 180 events worldwide, including 8 events in the Balkan region. Third annual two-day EnerTech Balkans conference and exhibition was organized in Belgrade’s Hyatt hotel in late March.

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