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Registration open for Chinese-Serbian conference on collaboration in green energy

China Serbia conference green energy

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Ministry of mining and energy of the Republic of Serbia, the National Energy Commission of the Republic of China, and the Embassy of the Republic of China, supported by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, will organize a video conference on green energy. 

The “Chinese-Serbian video conference on collaboration in green energy” will take place on October 12, 2021, from 9 am to 1 pm CET. The organizer will use the Zoom platform to host the event. 

The organizers say that the conference should further facilitate the existing and contribute to establishing new business relations in the energy sector between China and Serbia. Special attention will be paid to the investments in renewable energy sources and identifying concrete opportunities to realize joint projects in the next period. 

The registration can be done solely by sending an email to energetika@pks.rs no later than Friday, October 8, 2021. The organizers will send an email to confirm the registration and provide instructions on accessing the video conference. 

 

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