RENEXPO(R) HYDROPOWER - The Small Hydropower Event of Romania!
Romania has a huge potential in hydropower sector, that keeps this market to be dynamic. According Hidroelectrica, 36,25% of the total produced electricity comes from hydropower. Now at its 7th edition, RENEXPO® SOUTH-EAST EUROPE, the biggest and most important event in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sector in Romania gives a special attention to small hydropower, being the biggest event in Romania on this topic. The international trade fair and conferences RENEXPO® HDROPOWER will take place between the 19th - 21st of November 2014, at the Palace Hall in Bucharest.
Experts, developers and users will meet at RENEXPO® HYDROPOWER to discuss their common goal of having an innovative, ecological, affordable and dependable energy future. With the 30 exhibitors expected from this field, the event wants to bring together the industry of SHP in Romania and not only! Every year the trade fair attracts industry leaders and this year the companies that already registered are: Dive Turbine, Global Hydro Energy, WWS Wasserkraft, Mazlum, Voith Hydro, Hydro CINK, Gajek Engineering and others.
The Austrian company Global Hydro Energy is the most successful international developer with solid experience in producing and exporting various turbines and their components. As an independent company, it offers to their customers through its team of engineers flexible and quality services, combined with outstanding innovative skills. Their work is based on small hydropower plants up to a maximum of 15 MW and an internal production capacity of approx. 50 turbines/ year.
Investors, planners, financiers and authorities will meet on the 20th of November 2014, at the 7th International Conference - Small Hydropower in Romania, that will take place in parallel with the trade fair at the Palace Hall in Bucharest. At the conference there will be debated topics related to the environmental standards, environmental issues, funding opportunities, the current legislation, documents in question and practical examples strictly on SHP. The event is supported by the Romanian Association for Small Hydropower (ROSHA).
Between the confirmed speakers there are: Dr. Elena POPESCU, General Director of the Energy and Environment Direction within the Energy Department of the Romanian Government; Dr. Eng. Silvia VLĂSCEANU, Parlamentary Counsellor in the Industry and Services Commission Chambre of Deputies and General Director of ACUE, Romania; Zoltan NAGY-BEGE, member of the Regulatory Commitee within Romania's Energy Market Regulator ANRE; Bogdan POPA, President of ARmHE/ROSHA; Ioana GHEORGHIADE, Executive Manager Public Sector and Infrastructure Funding from Erste BCR and Tomas SAGEDER, Sales Manager Global Hydro Energy GmbH.