Energy Market South East Europe 2014
Background and objectives
For South East Europe the energy sector is the key to regional economic growth, increasing prosperity as well as a potential door opener to the European Union, as the natural resources in South East Europe offer diverse investment opportunities. In addition, by establishing the European Community the South East European states have committed themselves to implement the EU legal acts for the energy industry, which poses significant challenges for the market participants.
Issues such as security of supply, network expansion , energy savings , investments and project development in conventional energy and renewable energy and the implementation of liberalization commitments are only a sample of current problems in South Eastern Europe.
In order to discuss these challenges and opportunities, among other things, the evroenergie LLC based in Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo, has created with the Conference Energy Market South East Europe an information and communication platform
The Conference was successfully held on the 10th and 11th of October 2013 in Prishtina, Kosovo
Energy Market South East Europe 2013
Energy Market South East Europe 2013 provides a platform for information exchange, in which decision makers of the energy industry and politics discuss challenges, investment opportunities and future trends. The topics of the conference are:
- European requirements and the impact on the South East European energy markets
- The third EU internal market package causes an acute need for action
- Challenges for conventional energy generation and the integration of renewable energies
- Investment potential in and experience reports from South-East Europe
You can find more information about the program and our top-class speakers here.
The information on the program and the top-class speakers can be found in this website.
If you have any questions, we will be glad to assist you by phone under +381 (0) 38 223 481
We are looking forward to welcome you in Prishtina.
Kindly supported by:
ADA - Austrian Development Agency, SIV.AG, bofest consult GmbH, LEM Ingenieurbüro Last- und Energiemanagement, Babcock Borsig Steinmüller GmbH, Kisters, ECG Erdgas-Consult GmbH, SHERK - Kosovo Renewable Energy Association, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Bundesverband für Wirtschaftsförderung und Außenwirtschaft - Global Economic Network e.V. (BWA)