Romtherm 2015

The 20th edition of Romtherm will take place at Romexpo Bucharest from 26 to 29 March 2015 and will bring together professionals in the field of materials, technologies, equipment and construction machinery.

The exhibition will showcase the latest trends in water supply installations, water and sewage, gas supply, technological installations, heating, heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration, and products and systems security role in the fire.

Romtherm, international exhibition for machinery, equipment for heating, cooling and air conditioning, will take place from 26 to 29 March 2015, in the same period Construct Expo Ambient Expo, Expo Flowers & Garden and Antique Market.

The exhibition will bring together over a period of four days, the market leaders in the fields of equipment for heating, cooling, ventilation, air conditioning, piping systems, thermal insulation, pumps, valves, fittings and valves. Romtherm is the ideal platform for presenting products and services in the field and to facilitate direct meetings between consultants, contractors and end users coming from retail, public sector, commercial or industrial.

Edition 2015 will await product launches novel technologies and the latest information, all in a business atmosphere, friendly communication and networking.

Frimu Ghinea
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Solar Energy of Azerbaijan

In 2014, the share of renewable energy in Azerbaijan in total consumption has reached 2.3%. But till 2020 Azerbaijan is planning to bring the share of renewables in total energy consumption to 9.7%. The potential of solar power in Azerbaijan is estimated to 5000 MW. According to the national plan for the development of renewable energy industry, Azerbaijan is planning to increase the capacity of Photovoltaic up to 600 MW till 2020.

Solar thermal energy is considered as a promising direction, and until 2020, state officials predicting its capacity up to 350 MW. State Agency on Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources has announced the launch of a new state programme of renewable energy development. As part of this program, in 2015 it is planned to start a construction of new generating facilities with a total capacity of 300 MW.

The project will be focused on the generation of the main types of «green» energy. Despite significant hydrocarbon reserves, the government of Azerbaijan considers that it is very important to increase the share of solar, wind, geothermal waters, rivers and biogas from waste in energy system of the country. As for the end of September 2014, seven solar power plants are at the final stage of development, and for the next six months energy facilities construction will be started in Azerbaijan.

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CISOLAR-2015. Solar Energy of the South Caucasus, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

CISOLAR-2015 is a unique communication platform for decision-makers and business representatives for the development of solar energy projects in the region. CISOLAR-2015 gathers top managers of companies in the energy sector, heads of regional departments of global industrial companies, heads of industry associations and organizations, senior representatives of the authorities in the field of renewable energy, international financial institutions, key international experts in the solar energy industry, key regional and international media enlightening the industry development.

Along with the conference, the exhibition representing solar energy industry achievements, solutions, technologies, equipment and services will take place in Baku. Also, the delegates of CISOLAR are welcomed to take part in the tour on solar energy plants in Azerbaijan and take part in the Business Matchmaking.

KEY TOPICS OF CISOLAR-2015:

• State policy, present and future of solar energy industry in the region of Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia.
• What are the profitability of investment and financing pecularities of solar energy projects in Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia.
• Practical experience of successful projects implementing in the countries of Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia.
• Major trends in the global solar energy market and their impact on the local markets of the region.
• What is the role of solar energy in the future energy balance (energy mix) of Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia regions?
• Solar energy as the way to provide independent power supply, as well as in the context of solving energy problems in mountain regions.
• Technological solutions for solar power plants in the field of solar thermal energy for the region.
• The mechanisms of state support and encouraging the development of solar energy industry
• Development of local production of the components for solar energy facilities as an opportunity to diversify the local industry and economic development of the region.
• The requirement of «local content» – is it worth to create barriers for the global players in the solar energy market?
• Features of interaction with the operators of solar power with grid companies, problem of connecting objects to the grid.

The exhibition is accompanying the CISOLAR 2015 conference at 16-17 April 2015, Grand Hotel Europe, Baku, Azerbaijan.

More info on http://www.cis-solar.com/



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Retrospective of the 7th edition of ENREG

Expo Arad hosted for the 7th time, between the 4th-6th of March 2015, the renewable energy and energy efficiency trade fair in the border triangle Romania-Hungary-Serbia: ENREG ENERGIA REGENERABILA®.

The 7th edition closed its doors with:                

35 exhibitors, from 6 European countries
400 conference participants
500 specialised visitors

To our partners, supporters, exhibitors, conference participants and visitors who all contributed to this successful event, we would kindly like to say: THANK YOU!

More info hire :
http://www.enreg-expo.com/fileadmin/PDF_Media/Statistics_ENREG_2015.pdf
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KIC InnoEnergy mobilizes 80M euros of investment for supporting 65 innovation projects

KIC InnoEnergy announced today the 2014 results of its sustainable energy innovation project support programme, which recorded 28 newly enrolled high potential project consortia in the space of just one year, adding up to 65 new projects since 2013.

The success of this investment programme, which aims to boost sustainable energy innovation in Europe, is largely based on KIC InnoEnergy’s game-changing approach to the innovation challenges faced by Europe’s research and business communities. The programme offers a business environment unique in its ability to effectively remove the usual barriers to innovation, such as smart and safe partnering, strong IP protection, and market entry support.

Diego Pavia, KIC InnoEnergy’s CEO, commented: “These results show that the right partnerships,  competencies and results can emerge, and European innovation can thrive. We expect 2015 to be even more successful. The new call for innovation project proposals that we recently launched has already generated a tremendous amount of interest, and we believe that it will continue to do so until the call ends in April.”

In total, more than 50 innovation projects are currently within KIC InnoEnergy’s Innovation Cycle. All of those projects are directly linked to KIC InnoEnergy’s greater objective of meeting our key energy challenges, which include decreasing energy costs, increasing the availability and security of supply, and reducing carbon emissions.

“We invest in projects that have a genuine potential to meet the world’s pressing energy and environmental challenges, and provide them with the platform, partners, tools and financial backing needed to actually realise this potential. This will translate in new patented technology, products and services, but also ultimately means more competitiveness and jobs for Europe. We are proud to be making such tangible contributions toward a greener future for all,” concluded Pavia.

For more information please visit the call for projects website at  http://cip.kic-innoenergy.com/   or KIC InnoEnergy’s main website www.kic-innoenergy.com

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KyivBuild 2015 focus on energy-efficient construction

KyivBuild exhibition opens the way to the Ukrainian market for manufacturers of modern building materials and equipment, technology vendors. One of the topical issues of the 19th International Building Exhibition KyivBuild 2015, to be held in Kyiv from March 3 to 5, is every step of the energy-efficient construction, from architect’s idea up to finishing of the interior.

KyivBuild, the unique fully segmented international trade exhibition providing whole spectrum of technologies, materials, equipment and services for the whole building and construction industry starting from architect’s idea up to finishing of the interior, it brings together B2B audience 92% of whom are the buyers and specifiers coming from every region of Ukraine. It is the event for achieving sales growth, effective marketing, brand development, education and networking though its comprehensive business program.

New facade technologies, modern roofing and finishing materials, equipment and materials for thermal modernisation of the existing facilities, energy-efficient design for new buildings at the exhibition will enrich professionals in the construction and architectural industry with useful tools.

In 2015, almost 130 companies from Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Spain, Turkey, and Ukraine participate at the exhibition.

The exhibition is organised by Premier Expo (Ukraine) and ITE Group Plc (UK). Official support by the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing of Ukraine, the Confederation of Builders of Ukraine, Ukrainian Union of Manufacturers building materials and products, the National Union of Architects of Ukraine.

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Energy Efficiency in Western Romania, 4th of March 2015, Expo Arad

In order to reach the 20-20-20 up to 2020 objectives, energy efficiency detain the major role, a proper energy consume being realized by combining energetic management with implementation of renewable energy sources and CO2 emissions reduction. All three considered desiderates, regarding as redemption/rationalizing of energy consume at all levels of the energy chain and to pave the way for further energy efficiency improvements beyond that date are mentioned in the European Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU from 04th December 2012.

Energy efficiency has proved to be a cost-effective strategy for building economies without necessarily increasing energy consumption. Thus, it represents a way of managing and restraining the growth in energy consumption. Something is more energy efficient if it delivers more services for the same input, or the same services for less energy input, offering in the same time a powerful and cost-effective tool for achieving a sustainable energy future.

Improvements in energy efficiency can reduce the need for investments in energy infrastructure, in existing and new government owned and/or leased facilities, cut energy bills, improve health, increase competitiveness and improve consumer welfare and purchasing energy efficient products. Environmental benefits can also be achieved by the reduction of greenhouse gases emissions and local air pollution. Energy security - the uninterrupted availability of energy sources at an affordable price -  can also profit from improved energy efficiency by decreasing the reliance on imported fossil fuels.

An important role in implementing energy efficiency measures is taken by Energy Services Companies (ESCOs), providing a real promising opportunity to achieve greenhouse gas emissions reductions.


09:30 Participants registration & Welcome coffee

10:00 Greetings, legislative framework, financing opportunities
Gabriela Bujeniță, Project Manager, REECO RO EXPOZITII SRL, Romania

10:10 "EU EBRD Romania SME Sustainable Energy Finance Facility" Financing, free technical consultancy and EU grants...fast!
Amelia GIANTARU, Deputy PM RoSEFF - Tractebel Engineering Romania

10:30 "Improving Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Usage of Public and Historical Buildings in Cities across CENTRAL EUROPE program (EnergyCity2)"
Eng. Daniel AMARIEI, Senior Project Manager Centre of Excellence for Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Environment Wien, Austria

11:00 Opening Ceremony / Trade Fair Visit

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUILDINGS

12:00 EE Programs in ESCO systems for Residential Buildings
Vlad STANCIU, Executive Manager - Romanian Sustainable Energy Cluster - ROSENC

12:20 ECO Cottages, A Modern Development Solution for Buildings made of Traditional Materials
Arch. George STANCIU, Executive Manager - Romanian Sustainable Energy Cluster - ROSENC

12:40 Performant systems for EE in buildings
Stefan OPRIS, Marketing Manager LISSCOM

13:00 Trade Fair Visiting

14:30 Energy Efficiency in Pumping Systems. Your hidden treasure!
Szilvester Zoltan GEYER, Sales Engineer GRUNDFOS Pompe Romania

14:50 Sustainable Energy for Rural Communities - SUSTAINCO
Florin ANDRONESCU, Director Alba Local Energy Agency - ALEA

15:10 EE in Street Lighting
Vlad STANCIU, Executive Manager - Romanian Sustainable Energy Cluster - ROSENC

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRY

15:30 Reactive Capacitive Power Compensation Produced by Long Lenght Cables
Sorin MORANCEA, MELIOR ELECTRO ENERGY

15:50 Software for Management and Energy Efficiency for Industry
Stefan OPRIS, Marketing Manager LISSCOM

16:10 Compressed Air Energy Storage for Industry
Vlad STANCIU, Executive Manager - Romanian Sustainable Energy Cluster - ROSENC

16:30 Questions and Conclusions

Moderator:
Vlad STANCIU, Executive Manager - Romanian Sustainable Energy Cluster - ROSENC

Location: Expo Arad
Date:  4th of March 2015
Language: Romanian
Participation Fee: - 50€

Registration hire : http://www.enreg-expo.com/113.html

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