Official sponsor:




Key topic 2007: Renewable energies and environmental infrastructures


Due to new and upcoming regulations and laws in the Baltic States as well as EU requirements for energy supply and environmental protection the sector of renewable energies and environmental technologies has become one of the fastest growing markets. Technological know-how and experience in developing, financing and running of renewable energy plants are highly demanded. This is a perfect opportunity for new projects in this sector for plant builders, project developers and investors.


You may expect case-related information and presentations from Baltic and foreign specialists concerning:

Biofuels (bioethanol, biodiesel)
Biogas (on the basis of renewable raw material and organic waste)
Wood energy plants
Combined Heat Power Plants
Wind Energy Projects
The implementation of energy supply based on renewable energies and decentralised combined heat power plants in municipalities and real estate project


as well as expert information of high practical value on the topics:

project development
project financing
project partners and investors

In order to make the investors forum as efficient and successful as possible, all participants will be interviewed in advance as to their detailed business and project interests. As soon as your participation has been confirmed, you will receive exclusive access to a closed online information portal, where you can find initial information about other participants and current projects, and where you can establish your contacts directly.


GLC Glücksburg Consulting Group along with DnB NORD Latvija, the official sponsor, cordially invite you to join this outstanding adventure in Riga and look forward to spend an interesting and exciting time with you.


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