Dear New Eastern Europe Reader,
You are cordially invited to attend the 6th Balkan Energy Forum on 16-17 October 2013 at The Westin Hotel in Zagreb, Croatia.
Officially endorsed by the Croatian Ministry of Economy and Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Federal Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry and co-hosted by The Green for Growth Fund, Southeast Europe.
Join up to 200 leading public and private experts in a dynamic networking and learning environment to debate the current issues, which the developing energy markets in Southeast Europe are facing.
Building on the success of past events in the Balkans and Southeast Europe, our 2013 conference will unite international and regional senior level representatives. These will include participants from incumbent and private utilities, international investors and financiers, consultants and advisors, leading law firms and many more industry experts who are looking at the unfolding opportunities in the Balkans in order to assess how the potential can be realised.
– Market trends and analysis
– Potential of Renewable and Energy Efficiency projects
– Bankability of Renewable Energy projects
– Building and connecting the Balkan Grid
– Electricity pricing and trading
– Diversification of power generation sources
– The future of natural gas
With speakers and delegates from Europe’s leading energy and investment organisations, this is the must attend event of 2013.
Registration and benefits:
As a reader of New Eastern Europe you will receive a 25% discount on current registration fee for this conference.
Each pass provides you with access to both days of the conference, all networking sessions, evening cocktail reception (hosted by the Green for Growth Fund, Southeast Europe), the exhibition area and a set of digital and printed conference materials for corporate use.
To register please complete the booking form and quote NEE25 in the Booking Reference box: http://www.eelevents.co.uk/balkan_energy_finance_forum_2013/files.php?file=booking-form.pdf
We look forward to welcoming you in Zagreb. If you have any specific questions regarding the event or wish to be further involved, please contact Stephanie Gryszan Brindley: firstname.lastname@example.org