Fourth Annual Conference on Energy:
Prospects for Energy Business in the Balkan Region
17. May 2010. | 12:38
Electric power systems in the region have announced or launched large investments in building new facilities. New projects may change the energy picture and the balance of power in the region.
Electric power systems in the region have announced or launched large investments in building new facilities. For the majority of these investments serious strategic partners are necessary, giving them ownership in these energy companies for their participation.
- Which projects are the most interesting and the most attractive to potential investors and how will they be financed?
- What new investments have been launched in the region?
- To what extent is priority given to renewable energy sources in directing funds of huge financiers?
- How big are industrial losses caused by energy inefficiency?
- How can they be prevented?
- What will be the effects of feed-in tariffs on energy business development?
Some of the confirmed speakers include:
Petar Škundrić, Minister, Ministry of Mining and Energy, Republic of Serbia; Ljubo Maćić, Director, Energy Agency, Republic of Serbia; Violeta Kogalniceanu, Head of Infrastructre Unit, Energy Community; Anders Hasselager, Senior Policy Advisor, Danish Energy Authority; Svetislav Bulatović, Group Head of Sales and Trading, EFT Group; Branislava Milekić, General Manager, Power Utility of the Republic of Srpska; Holding Slovenskih elektrarna, Representative; Vlatko Cingovski, General Manager, Macedonian Power Plants; Nebojša Arsenijević, Energy Efficiency Program Manager, IFC Advisory Services - Southern Europe
Ian Brown, Senior Adviser, EBRD; Bojan Kovačić, Deputy Director, Energy Efficiency Agency, Republic of Serbia; Dejan Stojadinović, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Mining and Energy, Republic of Serbia; Slaven Moravčević, Attorney at Law, Moravčević Vojnović Zdravković