The Balkan Clean Energy Transition Conference is a three-day event (19 – 21 September) covering Clean Energy topics such as renewables, energy efficiency, smart cities, circular economy, mobility, governance and citizen engagement, all of them leading the Balkan area throughout the coal transition.
In parallel with the Conference, the Balkan Clean Energy Transition Fair is a four-day exhibition (19-22 September) showcasing new technological solutions that will make Balkans cleaner and greener.
The international conference and fair will be enhanced by interactive sessions of knowledge exchange to inspire attendees in current and future Clean Energy initiatives. A mix of panels, presentations, discussions, roadshow, B2B exchanges, student matching and mentoring and other animated activities will foster the transition to the whole Balkan area and beyond.
The ambition of Balkan Clean Energy Transition is to be the Clean Energy accelerator that places the Balkan area on the global map as a vibrant & vital area where innovative solutions for a cleaner, greener, smarter, safer, and better world are fostered. It will serve as the institutional initiative to start preparing for a transition to the post coal era.
The event will be under the auspices of the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE), the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), with the support of the EU Smart Cities Information System (SCIS) and the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC).
Kleopatra Sidiropoulou, BBI JU Executive and Public Affairs assistant, will participate and speak on bio-based industries in Europe at the morning session on Circular Bioeconomy & Industrial Symbiosis on 21 September.