10th annual “Balkan Energy Finance Forum & Exhibition”, 4-5 Dec 2017, Belgrade, Serbia

Ensuring Energy Investment in the See Region

Programme Highlights

What are the SEE Governments commitments for renewable energy development?

What factors are holding back the progress of renewable energy deployment in the region?

Institutional, regulatory and financial constraints

Opportunities for renewable energy growth in SEE countries

Investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects

Deployment of renewable energy technologies

Turn-key solutions for renewable energy

Balkan Energy Forum and Exhibition Synopsis:

Electricity production in the Western Balkans at the moment is mostly dependent on coal. Despite the fact that all Balkan countries have shown a strong commitment to boost their quota of renewable energy sources by 2020, to reach between 25% and 40% of their energy mix, coal-fired thermal power plants still play the key role in generating the country’s energy. Despite improvements in policy and regulatory frameworks, the region is still facing challenges in attracting more investments other than fossil energy projects and this is blocking the full transition to renewable energy and energy efficiency.

But Balkan renewable energy is set to grow. Unquestionably, the region has a high potential for deployment of energy production from renewable sources, including water, wind or bioenergy. Thus, against the background of competitive traditional energy price levels, how is the SEE’s renewable market going to shape up in the immediate future to stay competitive? What are the critical elements to mobilise more finance in the region?

Do not miss the opportunity – join the conference and become part of this must-attend forum.

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ACERC members receive a 20% discount – please register online and use code DC20, or email david.campbell@eelevents.co.uk.

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