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Towards Sustainable Energy Sectors in Central and South East Europe: Success Stories

The objective of this event was to present the Manifesto on "Driving the regional cooperation forward in the Energy Union – South-Eastern Europe: more than just a gas corridor, a battery for Europe", signed by fifteen Members of the European Parliament. Also, five select companies from the region presented their solutions to transforming the region's energy sectors through green innovation. A full list of the invited companies can be found below.

 

EFdeN, Sustainable, Energy Efficient Buildings, Romania http://www.efden.org/
EFdeN, where N is Nature, is our answer to Bucharest’s and other cities from Romania and all around the world most pressing problems. Our goal is improve Bucharest’s density of habitation by supporting a polycentric development of the metropolis, growth of mobility within the town and the creation of sustainable communities, all of these in a framework of reuniting the individual with nature.

Melissa Climate, Smart cooling solutions, Bulgaria http://seemelissa.com/
Melissa saves on your electricity bill by learning and adapting to your individual lifestyle. Melissa Climate Ltd is a next-gen innovation manufacturer. We offer you a product which can add energy efficient smart-home value to your portfolio.

33 sustainable islands, DAFNI, Greece http://www.dafni.net.gr/en/home.htm
DAFNI is a voluntary scheme of island communities aiming to promote a sustainable future, through concerted action. Every member of the network is committed to achieving a number of concrete targets, which are subject to external certification.

Strawberry Energy, Serbia http://senergy.rs/
We develop green and smart urban devices to provide energy, connectivity and local information in public spaces. We are pioneering the market of public charging stations for portable devices.

Pipistrel, Slovenia http://www.pipistrel.si/
The world's first electrically powered training airplanes’ manufacturer is not an aerospace giant. Pipistrel is a small Slovenian plane-maker with big ambitions for pioneering environmentally friendly flight.

 

 

Speakers

Mihai Paun
Vice-President Brussels office,
Romanian Energy Center (CRE)
Ivo Prokopiev
Chairman of the Board of Directors,
Alfa Finance Holding
Anna Dimitrova
Researcher,
CEPS ECH
Christian Egenhofer
Director,
CEPS Energy Climate House (CEPS ECH)
Constantine Levoyannis
Head of Brussels Branch,
Greek Energy Forum (GEF)

22jun

22 June 2016Wednesday18:00 - 19:30
European Parliament, room A5E-1
Brussels
Belgium

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