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International Energy and Investment Days in Novi Sad on March 1-2

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February 6, 2018

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Seventh International Energy and Investment Days will be held in Novi Sad on March 2-3, with the focus on topical issues in the field of energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, construction and environmental protection.

This biggest Forum for international and local projects is the only Forum in Vojvodina of the kind is organized by Central European Development Forum – CEDEF, Novi Sad Fair and Provincial Secretariat for Energy, Construction and Transport.

It enables the participants to present projects and find adequate financial and professional partners for their realization, stimulates higher investments in the energy sector, increases competitiveness of local regions and empowers local development across the region.

Water management, green energy, public-private partnerships (PPP) and ESCO, green building, energy efficiency and climate changes are key topics for over 2000 participants from a dozen od countries, including representatives of governments, local governments, relevant international and domestic financial and development institutions and organizations, business entities, agencies, young innovators and media in the energy and construction sector.

The two-day event will include presentations of over 40 companies, over 25 conferences. workshops and other events.

Last year, the focus of International Energy and Investment Days was on energy, financing, and construction, as well as on the special connection between construction and energy through energy efficiency in buildings. Also, special attention was paid to the fight against climate change.

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