The international investment conference SEE ENERGY – Connect & Supply II 2020 will be held in Novi Sad on April 22-23.
The conference is organized by the National Biomass Association – SERBIO, in partnership with AMBER and GIZ DKT. The aim is to encourage the development and realization of investment projects in the production of clean and green energy by connecting available domestic resources with investment potentials of local and international companies working in the renewable energy sector.
The conference will focus on the following topics:
– New perspectives on biomass utilization and environmental improvement
– Innovations in working with biomass
– How to produce more biomass and expand its usage?
– How to develop and provide support for biomass business?
– Solar power plants on our roofs – legal framework and technical solutions for practical implementation
Through the business policy of our country and its incentives through ‘feed-in‘ tariffs for electricity generation from renewable energy sources, a favorable business environment has been created for investment potentials in the energy sector, as well as supporting industries.
Innovations in the efficient use of available resources of our region and the state, both from agricultural biomass and wood residues, through the formation of new highly profitable resources on devastated land, make a major leap in the profitability of total production and create the potential for a new investment cycle.
Therefore, the organizers emphasize, the aim of the SEE Energy conference is to connect reputable companies and international institutions in the renewable energy sector, to further stimulate the development of RES in the region and establish new business contacts between large companies, SMEs and local farmers.
The most important circumstance for biomass cultivation is the amendments to the Law on Agricultural Land of December 29, 2015, which allows long-term lease of agricultural land for the purpose of raising energy efficient plantations and growing bio-mass of industrial scale.
The aim of the conference is to present the available incentives, credit lines and institutional assistance for the implementation of investment projects with an emphasis on the analysis of resources, biomass and it‘s limiting factors.
The conference is welcoming more than 200 participants from 100 companies from Serbia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Italy, Hungary, Germany, Romania, Slovakia, as well as representatives of state and provincial institutions, chambers of commerce, associations, investment and commercial banks.