8th South-East European Congress & Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Date: 16 August 2011




-30 March 2012, Sofia, Bulgaria



Via Expo



The event will be the most significant meeting point for business and knowledge exchange in the Region of South-East Europe. The participation is a great opportunity for establishment of new partnerships on a global scale. 



Many of the 2011 exhibitors have already booked stands again and will showcase innovative systems for bio-, solar, wind- and hydro energy, solutions for increasing the energy efficiency, e-mobility and environmental services.



The Forums will feature interesting sessions: Financing of EE & RES projects, Energy Efficiency, RES electricity – PV and Wind, Bio energy, Smart grids and Hydropower stations.



Event partners are: European PhotoVoltaic Industry Association (EPIA), EUFORES – the European Forum for Renewable Energy International, Euroheat & Power, World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE), European Biomass Association (AEBIOM), European Renewable Energies Federation (EREF), etc.



exactlyVisitor and Attendee Profile



State Administration, Municipality Representatives, Investors; Managers and Experts in different sectors: Renewable Energy, Construction and Architecture, Energy Saving Technologies, Engineering Services, Ecology, Transport, Chemical Industry, Finance; Associations, etc.



The 2011 edition at a glance:



- 271 exhibitors and representative companies



- Joint participation from  SE Europe 



- Austrian & USA Pavilions



- 5900 trade visitors from 39 countries



- 42 speakers from 23 countries



- Program highlights: EE & RES financing, EE & decentralized energy, RES electricity & Smart grid platform and Waste-to-energy.



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Organizer: Via Expo, www.viaexpo.com, Bulgaria, Phone +359 32/945 459, office@viaexpo.com


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