Renexpo brings 70 exhibitors from 17 countries


November 5, 2015





November 5, 2015




At the two-day Second International Trade Fair and Conferences on Renewables and Energy Efficiency, 70 exhibitors from 17 countries presented their business programmes, products and services. Renexpo event in Sarajevo gathered experts, investors, representatives of international institutions, engineers, government and local officials, news portal Novo vrijeme said. „Renexpo fairs and conferences are business-to-business (B2B) and business gatherings, which means we enable all exhibitors and project engineers to come and talk to investors,” said Julijana Milutinović, public relations manager of the office of company Reeco for Serbia, the entity which organized the event.

Conferences ‘Energy Efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina’ within Renexpo were organized by institutions from various levels of government. One of the goals of the event was to present achievements and plans for the implementation of energy efficiency, in the fields of data gathering, laws and regulations, IT instruments, training and long-term learning, as well as to establish synergy between economy, policy and science, the organizers said.

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