“SEE Energy Outlook 2021/2022” study successfully presented in Sofia, Bulgaria

“SEE Energy Outlook 2021/2022” study successfully presented in Sofia, BulgariaThe just published major study by IENE concerning the energy situation and prospects in SE Europe, the “SEE Energy Outlook 2021/2022”, was presented on Tuesday, March 8, in Sofia to a highly select audience comprising members of parliament, senior government officials, ambassadors, energy experts, academics and high-level company executives.

The just published major study by IENE concerning the energy situation and prospects in SE Europe, the “SEE Energy Outlook 2021/2022”, was presented on Tuesday, March 8, in Sofia to a highly select audience comprising members of parliament, senior government officials, ambassadors, energy experts, academics and high-level company executives. The study presentation was part of a special event held at the Sofia Balkan Hotel, which was organised by the Energy Management Institute (EMI) and IENE and was sponsored by the Independent Bulgarian Energy Exchange (IBEX).

The event started at 14:00 with a welcome speech and a short introduction by EMI’s chairman Mr. Slavtcho Neykov. EMI’s Chairman stressed the importance of the study in the context of energy strategy, cross border projects and energy focused investment in SE Europe. The CEO of IBEX, Mr. Konstantin Konstantinov was the next speaker who underlined the role of the study in terms of market operation and explained his organisation’s decision to back the project as a supporter.

The main presentation was delivered by Mr. Costis Stambolis, IENE’s Chairman and Executive Director, who was also the coordinator and principal editor of the study. Mr. Costas Theofylactos, a study contributor and head of IENE’s Energy Efficiency Group also contributed to the presentation where he covered the fields of Renewables, Energy Efficiency and Co Generation.

The last speaker of the event was Mr. Kaloyan Staykov, Chief Economist at EMI, and a study contributor who discussed the Bulgarian energy scene in the context of regional developments. An all-round discussion, chaired by Mr. Slavtcho Neykov, followed which covered geopolitical issues as well as policies, market operation and investments.

The event closed with concluding remarks by the organizers, while networking and drinks, courtesy of the IENE followed.

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