Authors are invited to submit papers for The 7th International Congress Trade Fair RENEXPO® Energy, Waste & Water in Belgrade, Serbia

From 13. to 14. Mach 2020 in Belgrade , Belexpocentar, eminent experts, decision makers, industry leaders will exchange the latest information on the market, Europe and Global and EU trends, investments, innovative technical achievements in the field of green economy.

Take part! Present best practices, researches, products and services at a leading event in the region! 100+ presentations, 800 conference participants

Renewable energies - Energy efficiency- Water management - Waste management - Sustainable Transport

Authors are invited to submit papers on the following topics:

Energy efficiency - energy management, industrial systems, buildings and constructions, lighting, software solutions, BIM
District heating / cooling - Efficient cogeneration, renewable energy
Photovoltaic - Small and large capacity PV power plants, solutions for commercial buildings / roof systems, cogeneration, panels and related equipment - inverters, mounting, energy storage
Hydropower - large medium and small capacity power plants, development policies, technical equipment and nature friendly solutions, refurbishment, plant efficiency, project development, design and selection of technical equipment
Wind energy - Policy, auctions and investments, potentials, balance of plant, transmission system capacity, distribution system, global trends, wind generators and equipment, services
Waste management - waste to energy (WtE), waste reuse, recycling, treatment of different materials, best EU practices and technologies, benefits and perspectives of circular economy
Energy from biomass / biogas - Wood biomass, agricultural biomass, biogas in farming and food industry, resource availability, pellet production, cogeneration plants, boilers and equipment - regional and EU practice
Sustainable water management - Water policy and directives, EU and regional practice, intl. development support and funding, communal services improvement, regulatory authority, project management, sustainability of PUCs, SCADA systems
Water supply - infrastructure efficiency, pipes, pumps, water loss reduction techniques, reconstruction and reparation techniques, water treatment and quality status, measuring and regulation equipment
Wastewater management - wastewater collection and treatment, sludge treatment, how to choose the right technology, FIDIC public procurement and contracting, larger and smaller capacity WWTPs, industrial WWT solutions, innovations
Project Financing - IFIs programmes, PPP, ESCO, regional practice
Sustainable Transportation - Electric vehicles, charging stations and batteries, infrastructure construction plans (cities/ motorways), impact on pollution reduction
Contact the conference manager:

Dragana Pavlović
Tel.: +381 21 21 00 152
Tel EU: +49 7121 3016 119
Send your presentations to pavlovic@reeco.eu

Presentation duration: 15 minutes
Submission deadline: January 31, 2020
Acceptance Notice: February 7, 2020
Submission of final papers: March 15, 2020
Location: Belexpocentar, Belgrade
Conference language: Serbian and English

Note: Priority selection can be achieved with a sponsorship or exhibition package.

The conference program includes presentations in the following frameworks:

Technical equipment and technological solutions
Investment opportunities in the Balkans
Development policies and world trends, promotion and financing programs
Economical analysis, planning, case studies, successful practice examples
Research results, innovations and new scientific developments
Organized tours of the fair and visits to theme stands

We look forward to your cooperation and your presentation at the RENEXPO® Congress Fair in Belgrade.

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THE WAHU ADAPTIVE SOLE WINS THE INNOVATION AWARD IN THE EXCLUSIVE 'WEARABLE TECHNOLOGIES' CATEGORY

Micro-electronics and artificial intelligence to adapt the sole's grip and shock-absorption to underfoot conditions and the wearer's dynamics

The same shoe for multiple settings. This is possible thanks to Wahu, the first sole in the world to be able to immediately adapt to changes in its external environment and to the dynamic state of the person wearing the shoe. Wahu, created in the Enterprises Factory e-Novia, is using its debut at the CES, the world's most important event dedicated to consumer technology which is being held in Las Vegas from the 7th to the 10th of January 2020, to present its latest prototype. And Wahu immediately received a top-level prize: he Innovation Award in the Wearable Technology category. Success which rewards Italian design and technology and puts this invention among the major players in the future of footwear.

By combining design and technology, Wahu allows the structure of the sole to be modified, thus also modifying grip and shock-absorption, to optimise traction control while walking.

How does it do this? By using micro-compressors, interconnected cavities and artificial intelligence which allow the user to activate settings via an app. These settings maximise performance and offer the user maximum comfort in any situation, from indoor surfaces to trails, trekking and urban surroundings.

Wahu has arrived at the CES at the exact moment in which global trends are revolutionising the world of wearables.  This decidedly positive trend is definitively confirmed by the rate of growth in the 'active shoes' sector, which by 2023 is predicted to have a turnover of 6.5 billion euros, with North America and Europe leading the way in terms of market share.

The digitalisation of shoes allows innovative services to be created, both for the user and for the brand. Thanks to artificial perception and intelligence being integrated into the shoe, Wahu can, for example, generate a digital signature for the user based on their stride, analyse plantar (foot arch) pressure or prevent falls.

e-Novia, the Enterprises Factory

Wahu is at CES Las Vegas from the 7th to the 10th of January 2020 and can be found at the stand belonging to the Enterprises Factory e-Novia. As an Enterprises Factory, e-Novia's business model sees it take ideas or intellectual property and use them to form and develop innovative hi-tech companies.

Today e-Novia boasts 31 entrepreneurial projects among its portfolio, based on over 40 patents, and was listed by the Financial Times in 2018 and 2019 among the thousand fastest-growing companies over the last three years, and by Inc. among the five thousand fastest-growing European companies.

e-Novia continues to produce significant numbers, from revenue to investments to the number of employees, the number of companies formed, and the number of patents filed.

e-Novia, CES 2020, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 2, Stand Number 26030
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E.ON Romania inaugurated three new stations for fast charging of electric cars, in Bucharest

The new stations join the other 11 already existing in Iasi, Târgu Frumos and Cristeşti (Iasi county), Tashca, Piatra Neamţ and Roman (Neamţ county), Bacău, Suceava, Adjud (Vrancea county), Sovata (Mureş county) and Gheorgheni county. Harghita).

The three charging stations in Bucharest have a maximum power of 93 kW, so the average charging time of an electric car will be about 40 minutes for 80% of the battery. Also, in each site there are two parking places, with a fast charging station installed 2x50 kW (DC) + 1x43 kW (AC).

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Industry Leaders and Policymakers Convene For African Solar Energy Forum 2019 Conference

The first edition of the African Solar Energy Forum, hosted by MJDVent International Limited, held at the Golden Tulip Airport hotel, Accra, Ghana on October 16 – 17, 2019.
The African Solar Energy Forum conference is an annual event where business leaders and policymakers discuss possible strategies that could spur growth in the continent’s solar industry.

Themed Africa: Investment Destination for Harvesting and Utilising Renewable Energy, this year’s conference was an avenue for all stakeholders to discuss and share how solar energy, an under-utilised energy source on the continent can be utilised to meet the rapidly growing energy demand, lower the emission of greenhouse gases, and generate returns on investments.
The lofty aim was to facilitate interaction between industry regulators and players to identify opportunities within the industry in order to collectively move Africa towards low-carbon businesses. It was also a platform for connecting with development organisations and learn crucial success factors.

Chief Technical Officer of Viridian Solar, Dr K.T. Tan, who was the chairman of the conference delivered a case study session on “technology-agnostic approach and solutions on optimisation of solar assets” at the event.

He spoke extensively about the emerging PV technologies, the benefits of these technologies and the present risk and opportunity to the optimisation of these solar assets.
He also touched on the latest developments in PV module cleaning and coating. And also how to adequately examine performance monitoring of solar systems by using the latest drone technologies.

Highlighting the potential for growth in Africa solar industry, Dr Tan said, “this conference was able to get all the major players in the solar industry. Put them together in one room which I think is quite important for the African market. For a market that is in its infancy we need to get all the major to talk about what the problems or difficulties are in order to overcome. So we can increase the employment opportunities”.

The conference later broke into a panel discussion sessions where participants interacted with panelists on comprehensive energy policies for the development and the deployment of solar systems in Africa.

Speaking after the event, Founder/CEO of Wavetra Energy, Peter Ojike said the conference was engaging and provided a platform that allows all participants share their opinions and suggest ways of improving subsequent event.

The conference didn’t culminate without a networking session where speakers and delegates engaged in further interaction over coffee and lunch breaks.

If you didn’t attend you definitely missed out on a lot.
However, not to worry the African Solar Energy Forum is coming back next year, 2020. Make sure you attend!

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Ingeteam reaches 1GW in the first year of its Indian wind facility

Ingeteam, an independent global supplier of electrical conversion and turbine control equipment, has reached 1GW of production output within the first year of operations at its production facility in India. The company, which recently expanded this new facility, continues to implement its growth plans in the Indian wind energy sector.

Ingeteam established its new cutting-edge Indian facility in autumn last year in the vicinity of Chennai to satisfy the demand for wind power converters and control cabinets from both local and international OEMs. In response to positive trends in both the domestic and global markets, the 3,500 m² production facility has recently been expanded by 40% to reach 4,900 m². Similarly, Ingeteam has tripled the staff headcount to reach 82 employees, and introduced three additional products to its local production range in the past year.

"Agility is at the core of Ingeteam's production strategy. Our Chennai wind facility has been built on a modular design, which allows us to rapidly ramp production up or down according to ever-changing market conditions. This flexibility plays a big role in ensuring that our production centre remains both highly efficient and cost-effective", commented Josep García, Plant Director of Ingeteam Chennai.

In 2018, Ingeteam's technology was deployed on 15% of the newly added wind capacity in India and will reach 1GW of production output by this month.

"I am very proud of my team, and grateful to our key suppliers for their professionalism. Reaching a production output of 1GW within the very first year is no small feat. Year after year, we confirm our leadership role in this promising market", concluded Josep García.

Ingeteam is the world number one independent converter supplier for wind applications, with more than 45GW installed capacity to date. The company, which has a strong focus on emerging markets, entered the Indian solar PV sector in 2013, with a central office in Delhi. In 2016, Ingeteam experienced significant activity in the wind energy industry. Just two years later, Ingeteam was one of the first global industrial groups to massively invest in the then burgeoning Indian wind energy sector with its new factory in Chennai. This early commitment paid off, as the company has since managed to establish itself as the leading supplier of wind power converters in the country.

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