The 8th Annual Balkan Energy Finance Forum, scheduled for October 20–21 in Belgrade, will unite key players from across the energy industry, from both private and public sectors, tackling key issues facing market developments in light of current sector transformations and the emerging security of energy supply, EEL Events said in the announcement of the conference. Participants can find out all this and more at the event, for which readers of Balkan Green Energy News get a special 20% off on all prices, including the super early bird discount which expires on August 19.
Focus will be paid to national and regional energy policy aiming to improve the present strength and future competitiveness of common Balkan energy market. A major focal point of discussions is set to be the opening of a regional, Balkan power exchange and development of offshore gas potential in Croatia and Montenegro along with up-to-date development plans for Albania’s hydrocarbon and hydro resources.
Moving away from generic energy discussions, the annual event will highlight the bankability of energy projects for private sector investors, including expert scrutiny of risks and challenges from a range of international professionals, utilising real life case studies of successful and stalled projects, as well as offering in gas and electricity infrastructure, wind, solar, hydro, energy efficiency and alternative sources.