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Renewable Energy Seminar in Croatia

The Norwegian Embassy, in cooperation with the Croatian Ministry of Economy and the Croatian Chamber of Economy, held a seminar on renewable energy in Zagreb, 13 May. 

Representatives from Norwegian companies and institutions, including our own Managing Director Line Amlund Hagen, Innovation Norway, Statnett and Export Credit Norway, as well as Croatian companies working with Norwegian partners gave presentations, took part in a panel discussion and answered questions from the audience. The seminar was attended by over 100 participants.

 

The focus of the seminar will be on different aspects of the Norwegian renewable energy sector. In Croatia the potential is best for solar, wind and hydro power.

 

To read more, please visit INTPOW here.

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