European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment

‘EE & RES’, ‘Smart Cities’, ‘Save the Planet’ (Waste Mngt & Recycling), ‘Save the Life’ (Emergency & Safety Control)

11th Exhibitions and Forum for South-East Europe
11-13 March 2015, Sofia, Bulgaria
Organizer: Via Expo Ltd.
The climate changes, natural sources depletion and the progress towards ‘circular economy’ drive the countries in South-East Europe to transform their energy, urban and waste systems. Following the global trends and responding to the market demand of new environmentally friendly technologies, the South-East European Exhibitions and Eco Forum are a timely event in the Region. It plays an important role as a showcase and knowledge exchange platform for representatives of business, state authorities, branch organizations, NGOs, media, etc. The 11th edition of the SEE Exhibitions and Conference is one of the prominent events in South-East Europe and play an important role as a showcase and knowledge exchange platform. The SEE Exhibitions coverage:

  • ‘Energy Efficiency & Renewables’: energy efficient solutions for HVAC, lighting, energy efficient construction, renewable energy, energy and resource recovery, waste-to-energy, etc.
  • Smart Cities’: energy management, smart grid,energy storage, intelligent buildings, lighting, metereing, ICT,  mobility and  transport, electric vehicles, urban planning;
  • ‘Save the Planet’: waste collection, transport, treatment, landfill management and operations, recycling technologies and equipment. Austria is a long-term partner and an Austrian Pavilion will be organized for 6th year in a row. In 2014 the number of the participating companies has increased by 88% compared to previous year.
  • New accent is ‘Save the Life’ – emergency, rescue- and safety management and control.

The Forum
Keynote speakers from all over Europe will provide an insight into the relevant sectors – legislation, industry developments and best practices.
Highlights: District Energy, Financing Energy Renovation of Buildings, nZEB, Trends and Developments in the Insulation Sector, Circular Economy, Zero Waste, Plastic Waste Recycling, Recycling of Construction & Demolition Waste (C&DW), Early Warning Systems (EWS), Climate Change Policy and Practice, Preparing for Risks and Crisis on an Individual Level, etc.

Useful Links: Brochures: ‘EE & RE’ and ‘Smart Cities’   ‘Save the Planet’    ‘Save the Life’    Video 2014    Post Event Report 2014