Third RENEXPO BiH to bring latest developments and practical solutions


August 25, 2016





August 25, 2016




Third International Trade Fair and Conferences on Renewables and Energy Efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been announced by its organizer, REECO Group.

On November 9 and 10 RENEXPO BiH is gathering investors, decision makers, local and international experts from all over Europe, representatives of ministries and municipal authorities and businesses in renewable energy, energy efficiency and environmental sectors.

This year’s RENEXPO BiH will be devoted to the latest developments, obstacles and practical solutions in renewables, energy efficiency and environment, organizers said. More than 100 available projects and concessions will be presented to exhibitors and investors.

The presentation of market potential in the region, investment and project opportunities, along with side programs, are connecting around 700 participants each year, according to REECO.

The main conference topics will be biogas, waste management, energy efficiency biomass, photovoltaic potential, hydropower and water management. The side programme includes municipal contract management training, tender participation and Energewiende, a travelling exhibition about energy transition in Germany.

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