International conference ENERGETIKA 2022 to be held from September 21 to 23 at Lake Ohrid

International Conference Energy 2022

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September 8, 2022






September 8, 2022





International conference ENERGETIKA 2022 will be held from September 21 to 23 in Struga, at Lake Ohrid in North Macedonia. The event is organized by the Macedonian Energy Association of Professionals – ZEMAK. It invited everyone interested to attend and participate in the conference and get acquainted with the new achievements in the field of energy.

International conference ENERGETIKA 2022 will be held in hotel Drim in Struga at Lake Ohrid from September 21 to 23. Hosts from the Macedonian Energy Association of Professionals – ZEMAK have prepared thematic areas for sharing experience and plans in the energy sector at the regional as well as the global level.

The international conference will focus on energy strategies and systems, renewable sources, energy systems management, the environment, current energy projects, and occupational safety. The organizers expect more than 100 papers to be submitted.

Organizers expect more than 100 papers on current topics

The conference aims to create an opportunity for a democratic and professional presentation of experiences, achievements, and research by experts and professionals in the field of energy. The conference will present the challenges in the energy sector, especially for companies, investors, and consumers.

The conference will present the challenges in the energy sector for companies, investors, and consumers

Organizers invited relevant energy companies, industry representatives, research centers, universities, experts from the country and abroad, and other stakeholders to attend the conference, but also to take an active part.

Conference and jubilee of ZEMAK association

ZEMAK is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Members of the association are from the most important educational, scientific, and state institutions, and from the majority of the energy companies that constitute the country’s energy sector.

The professional association pointed out that it directly assists and participates in the perception, analysis, and creation of North Macedonia’s energy sphere.

The planned plenary sessions, discussions, and papers will provide a realistic platform for identifying appropriate mechanisms and activities to overcome current issues in the country and the region, as well as to strengthen cooperation, the association said.

Presentations and poster sessions will be held in parallel at the conference. Students of primary, master’s, and doctoral studies, young professionals, and researchers are especially encouraged to take active participation in the conference.

For additional information, interested parties may contact the association by email at info@zemak.mk.

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