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CROENERGY 2013: The energy event of the year
The focus of the event was on sharing expertise and knowledge on preparation of projects for funding that ensure measurable energy efficiency and savings. Hailed as ‘Energy event of the year’ by the Croatian media, the conference was organized by the North-west Croatia Regional Energy Agency (REGEA) together with FEDARENE (European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and Environment) and supported by ManagEnergy.
The conference gathered more than 300 attendees featuring, among others, key addresses of Croatian President Dr Ivo Josipovic, Croatian Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure, Dr Siniša Hajdaš Dončić, CoR ENVE Commission representative Michel Lebrun together with the managing director of REGEA and newly elected president of FEDARENE Dr Julije Domac as well as the Deputy Secretary General of FEDARENE, Christian Labie.
‘CROENERGY2013 managed to gather together the best experts, experiences and programs of the European Union. The energy sector in Croatia should be perceived in the context of sustainable development, eligible investments, improving the quality of life for citizens, new sources of revenue for businesses and entrepreneurs, new ideas and radically different way of thinking.’
said Dr Domac (REGEA). According to the president of the Republic of Croatia, Ivo Josipovic at the opening ceremony,
‘When we talk about energy, we are talking about knowledge, investment, the environment and the future of mankind. Therefore it is important that we are dedicated to the issues of energy policy and that we apply European standards. I applaud to those in Croatia who are trying to make improvements in the building sector, infrastructure and industry, taking into account energy and environmental standards. Praise goes to the conference organizers who in this way raise important questions about the future of Croatia, Europe and humanity.‘