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RENEXPO Water & Energy fair in Belgrade, April 24 – 26

RENEXPO Water & Energy in Belgrade, April 24 - 26

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January 26, 2018

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The program of this year’s biggest international Western Balkan’s trade fair with conferences, RENEXPO Water & Energy, will focus on bioenergy – biogas, biomass, hydroelectric power, wind energy, water management, energy efficiency, heat pumps, photovoltaic, e-mobility and investments in the region.

The event will take place on April 24 – 26, in Belexpocentar in Belgrade. The organizers expect more than 100 exhibitors from 20 countries, 2.500 visitors and over 600 energy and water experts from Serbia, region and Europe.

Numerous exhibitions, conferences, round tables, seminars and Investor’s Business Lounge, for B2B meetings, are some of the fair’s

The RENEXPO fair is traditionally preceded by a meeting of the Advisory Committee, which aims to gather and connect local and international experts who will exchange knowledge and discuss the implementation of renewable energy sources (RES) and energy efficiency (EE) projects in the country.

The meeting was attended by 22 representatives of ministries, embassies, government agencies and institutes, as well as professional associations. Their discussion was focused on the achievements and future plans for energy and water sectors’ development, according to the organizer of the fair, REECO (Renewable Energy Exhibition and Conference Group).

As it was emphasized, key methods are currently informing and transferring experience. This is also the basic mission of the RENEXPOplatform since its establishment, as well as more investment in capacity building, and well-organized regional and institutional support and cooperation,

Some of the topics, announced to be discussed during the fair are new programs for the realization of energy strategy, improvement of renewable energy sources (RES) such as the Winter Package, possibility of introducing net-meters, increasing solar energy exploitation, expansion of the wind energy market, and development of energy efficiency in buildings.

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