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10th Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Congress and Exhibition for South-East Europe

05 Mar 2014 - 07 Mar 2014 - Sofia, Bulgaria

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For the 10th consecutive year Sofia will host the Forum and Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy with a geographical focus South-East Europe. It corresponds to the  world trends and presents latest energy efficient solutions, systems for energy storage, technologies for the production of bio-, hydro, solar, geothermal and wind energy, energy from waste and electric vehicle innovation. Philip Lowe, Director-General for Energy, DG Energy EC, estimated the 2013 event as a key energy hub that can help Europe's Energy policy to become more tangible and even more appealing. According to him the Exhibition is an ideal opportunity to show the importance of EE & RE industry in the European energy system. The EE & RE Congress will bring together for the 10th year in a row all relevant players from the Region: from  the energy sector, grid operators and utilities, building industry, finance and state administration. It will emphasize the best environmental practices and will shape the challenges in the energy sector in South-East Europe.

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5-7 March 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria

Organizer: Via Expo

T/F +359 32 966 813, 960 011

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