South-East European Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 2014

South-East European Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 2014

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South-East European Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

EXHIBITION

Date: 5-7 March 2014
Frequency: Annual
Sequence: 10th edition
Organizer: Via Expo
Venue: Sofia, Inter Expo Center

In the context of the dynamic climate changes and continuously rising prices of conventional energy sources, now more than ever a necessity of urgent upgrade of the global energy systems with aim to make ready it for meeting the numerous future challenges comes to the fore. A Report of the International Energy Agency emphasizes that the renewables as the fastest-growing power generation sector will make up almost a quarter of the global power mix by 2018 and they will become more competitive than the nuclear and coal power energy.  The forecast for growth of 40 % over the next five years sounds very optimistic.

The improving of the energy efficiency and green energy are key priorities in the policies of the countries of South-East Europe, which will ensure energy independence, reducing the negative impact on the human health and environment.

The Region features a great hydropower potential of which only 40% is used. According to experts if it is utilized, the countries can meet 100% of their energy needs with hydropower. South-East Europe has also a good geothermal energy prospects and excellent solar radiation. Well-developed agriculture and forestry industries, availability of organic waste are a prerequisite for the promotion of bioenergy.

Significant energy saving can be achieved by investing in renovations of the buildings and implementation of ‘Nearly Zero-Energy Building’ conception.
For the 10th consecutive year Sofia will host the 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 2013 Issue at a Glance
 

 

  • Austrian Pavilion for the fourth year
  • Group participation of companies from Italy and Slovenia within the project ICON
  • Among the exhibitors were Biogest Energie-und Wassertechnik, Cink Hydro – Energy, Global Hydro Energy, Embassy of Argentina, European Patent Office, Filter, Heliocentris Academia, HERZ Energietechnik, IRES Bulgaria, JR Trade, K.Chepakov, Long Man Holding, Nahtec, Paradise Electric Consult, Trade and Investment Promotion Section of the Republic of Poland, Ziehl-Abegg, etc.

Post Event Report 2013
 

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Contact:

Zdravka Kazanlieva: +359 32/960011,  00359 32/512 904 speakers@viaexpo.com,office@viaexpo.com

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