06 Jan 2011 04:01:29
Strategies for investing in SE Europe
E.E.L. Events is proud to present its innovative SEE Invest 2011 conference which will run private equity alongside wind and solar under the core theme of investment, following with a final day exhibition.
Our specifically research agenda along with the renewable energy industry experts will provide focused discussions on investment and development opportunities as well as address the legislative incentives in the region providing you with a detailed overview of each country's RES policy.
The panel discussions on carefully selected topics will provide a forum for debate, offering you the opportunity to question each speaker and contribute to group discussions via our dynamic Q&A sessions. The contributions by representatives of Islamic Development Bank, UniCredit Leasing, OECD, HSBC, 3E, SunService Ltd, and many more will lead you through the hottest issues in the SEE renewable energy market.
EastEuro Link's 3rd wind energy event combines with our 3rd solar event to provide you with an unique networking opportunity. SEE Invest 2011 will open your eyes to new avenues of development in the SEE wind and solar markets.
Book now for this unique event in Turkey and save up to 35%. Contact our team for more information.
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