WRAP UP 2nd of November 2017
Hotel San, Laktasi
09:30 – 12:30hrs
Project Presentation by:
18 available projects
Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining
Hydro Energia Srl
Energy Eastern Europe Hydro Power GmbH
Elnos BL doo
HSE Invest doo
Strabag AG Banja Luka
Strabag AG Vienna
Strabag AG Sarajevo
Municipality of Bijeljina
Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining Banja Luka
Hydropower Investments – Spitfire LLC
Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske
Aquatis Balkans doo
ResEnva Consulting doo
After a networking break the private projects were presented by: (Presentation forwarded to participants)
6 available projects:
Mr. Nikola Gavric
Mr. Vladimir Potparevic
We have the pleasure to invite you to the 2nd Resenva – Hydro Power Investor Round Table 2017, where the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining will present 18 available projects with installed power between 13 MW up to 160MW.
Participants had one of a kind opportunity to meet in person projects owners from seven local municipalities. Meeting the companies was also a great opportunity for project owners and municipalities to find out more about new wastewater and drinking water technologies in EU countries.
Water Management B2B Conference in Hotel Drina on 7th of June 2017, will be open by representatives of partners and event hosts. The guests will be welcome by: Myriam Fridman Dobrota, director ReseEnva Consulting, Philippe Kupfer, Austrian Commercial Counselor in BiH and Mićo Mićić, Mayor of Bijeljina City.
Wastewater and drinking water projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina are going to be main subject of the B2B conference in Bijeljina
A large number of international and regional companies have shown interest in available projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina. At Wastewater & Drinking Water B2B Conference 7 local governments and utilities is going to present more than 15 available projects in water management.
Seven local governments and utilities in BiH presenting 19 available projects in water management. ResEnva presents 1st Wastewater & Drinking Water B2B Conference followed by B2B-Meetings, exhibition and site inspection.
Serbia announced plans to install new hydropower plants and two existing dams, and to rehabilitate a further 15 existing power plants totaling around 30 MW, according to report of IHA – International Hydropower Association
On Wastewater and drinking water B2B conference 7 local governments and utilities are presenting 19 Projects which is key in achieving the sustainable development, both in water supply and in sanitation.
The state of the water sector in Croatia and the neighboring countries, as well as the need will be presented and should lead to strengthen the cooperation between German and South-East-European entities for the sake of the region.