Building for future growth
The 21st century will be remembered as the “Infrastructure Century”, with an unprecedented number of projects being developed across the world to meet growing socio-economic demands. Southeast Europe (SEE) is no different, with many countries outlining ambitious infrastructure development plans, including Transport, Social, Energy and Environmental projects. With increasing pressures on public finances and budget accountability, there is a need for private sector involvement.
Investing in future partnerships
Our 2013 forum will address these obstacles and offer an in-depth analysis of CEE infrastructure development plans. Speakers and participants will include National and Local government, infrastructure funds, financiers and sponsors, construction firms and concessionaires, regional advisors and legal firms.
Powering future growth in Southeast Europe
Following the success of our 2012 event which attracted over 200 attendees from over 25 countries, our 6th Annual Balkan Energy Finance Forum (BEFF 2013) will again unite key players from across the energy industry, both from private and public sectors, tackling key issues facing the development of the energy market. Focus will be paid to national and regional energy policy and the mobilisation and allocation of public and private funds. Although offering an insight into the regional energy market, our 2013 forum will provide a focused analysis of the opportunities in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency projects.
Building a sustainable energy market
Building on the success of our 2012 forum which was sponsored by Gasum, Rodl & Partner, Eesti Gas, ABB, Fortum and Vopak, our 5th annual event will once again unite key players from across the energy industry, both from private and public sectors, tackling these key questions and other issues facing the development of the Baltic Energy market. The event will also address the bankability and viability of energy projects for private sector investors, including expert scrutiny of the risks and challenges from a range of international professionals, in addition to industry analysis and perspective from the leading regional energy companies.