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opportunity to present theirproducts
company
products
and services.
and
equipment.

EXHIBITION 2011

The specialized event in 2011 will ensure direc

South-East European Business Events

decision-makers
the whole
5 months prior to its openingand
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booked
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opportunity to present their company products
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offered as a value-added opportunity. The Organizer Via Expo wi
EXHIBITION 2011
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special,
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one
5 months prior
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY
& RENEWABLE ENERGY
Congress & Exhibition

of waste and water management, recycling, ec
CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
2011
nicipality representatives, construction, engine
I. WASTE
finance, associations etc.

1 3 - 15 A p r i l 2 0 1 1 – I E C , S o f i a , B u l g a r i a

Advanced waste treatment technologies
Landfills - design, construction
and monitoring
CONFERENCE
HIGHLIGHTS 2011
I. WASTE

Advanced waste treatment technologies
Landfills - design, construction and monitor

Priority Booking Form

Waste Management & Recycling

Company
WASTE MANAGEMENT
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& RECYCLING
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Position

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Waste Management & Recycling

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION TILL 13 MARCH!
CONNECT TO THE REGIONAL
MARKET OF RENEWABLE
ENERGY & ENERGY SAVING
TECHNOLOGIES, TURNING
WASTE TO RESOURCE

Join the South-eaSt european BuSineSS eventS and:
• Learn about the latest technological developments
• Hear the opinions of the sectors’ business leaders
• Understand the financial and economic issues affecting the market
• Connect with leading companies working in EE, RES and Waste Management

THE EE & RES CONGRESS

THE EXHIBITIONS

• Five sessions updating you on industry challenges and
technical development
• First business forum Solar Balkans organized by the
Bulgarian PV Association, SolarPVConsulting and Via Expo
• Special hot session Waste–to–Energy transfer covering
renewable energy and waste as energy resource
• Guest seminar Good Practices of Cities Committed to the
Climate Local Actions, organized by ICLEI for South-East
European municipalities

Over 200 exhibitors from 21 countries displaying the latest
industry products and services from leading manufacturers,
component suppliers and other EE, RES and waste management
organizations.

THE WASTE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE


3 sessions:
Waste Management, Recycling and Waste-to-Energy

NETWORKING
Over 7000 professionals – industry experts, investors, decision
makers and researchers.
The exhibition will be in 3 halls – Hall 1, Hall 2 and Hall 5. Next
to Hall 5 will be the conference halls, catering zone and the
exhibitors’ lounge with free refreshments. We cordially invite
delegates and exhibitors to register for the get-together party
on the evening of 13th April, 2011.

3 DAYS FULL OF EVENTS!






96 high-level presentations of speakers from 28 countries
1st b 2 b Solar Balkan Forum
1st Waste-to-Energy Forum
5 exciting panel discussions
Company on-booth presentations

• Live transmissions of panel discussions and interviews
with key actors by SolarPV.TV
SOCIAL EVENTS
• Delegates and exhibitors reception on 13th April
• Solar bowling party on 14th April

59 MEDIA PARTNERS & 70 PARTNERS from BULGARIA and WORLDWIDE

WHO

SHOULD
ATTEND

Governmental and
Local Policy Makers
Municipality Experts
Industry Executives
in Energy Efficiency,
Renewable Energy,
Waste Management &
Recycling

Experts and
Researchers
Investors and Financial
Institutions
Power Utility Executives
Branch Associations
Landfill/Waste
Operators

RES
RECYCLING
2

EE

Environmental
Organizations
Project and Business
Developers
Architects, Contractors
and Civil Engineers
Editors-in-chief,
Reporters, Journalists

WASTE
MANAGEMENT

South-East European Business Events

EVENT
AT A GLANCE

Waste Management & Recycling

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MEET AND HEAR TOP-LEVEL INDUSTRY SPEAKERS
Take advantage of the unique opportunity to meet key decision-makers from
South-East Europe and join industry leaders in a forum for future environmental
development of the region. More than 90 top-level speakers will give their
perspectives on green economy.
Hall 5

13 april, 09.00 - 19.00
08.00 – 08.50
09.00 - 09.30
DAY 1
09.30 - 13.00
14.00 - 17.30
Exhibition
10.00 - 19.00
Halls 1, 2, 5
19.30
14 april, 09.00 - 19.00
09.00 - 13.00
DAY 2
14.00 - 17.30
16.00 - 18.00
Exhibition
10.00 - 19.00
Halls 1, 2, 5
20.00
15 april, 09.00 - 18.00

On-site Registration
Official Opening
EE & RES Financing
EE & Decentralized Energy

Waste Management
Waste Management

Exhibition Working Hours
Reception
Solar Balkans
Solar Balkans

Waste-to-Energy
Waste-to-Energy
Recycling
Exhibition Working Hours
Solar Bowling party

09.00 - 13.00

Solar Balkans

14.00 - 17.30

Good Practices of Cities Committed to the
Climate Local Actions

DAY 3
Exhibition
Halls 1, 2, 5

Hall 6

10.00 - 17.30

Municipalities RES Development Benefits Partnership Models
RES Electricity &
Smart Grid Platform

Exhibition Working Hours

On-site Registration

on 12th April from 12.00 noon – 6.00 p.m.
at IEC Central Entrance and at Metropolitan Hotel

Everyday Exhibitors’ Presentations within Their Stands:
11:00
13:00
15:00

American Way Bulgaria (1-45)
Inverters Power One - Aurora
American Way Bulgaria (1-45)
Inverter brand independent Monitoring SolarLog
American Way Bulgaria (1-45)
On and Off grid smart solution – PowerRouter.
For updated info visit http://www.viaexpo.com

SPECIAL AREA

FOR b2b
MEETINGS

Seven days before the event participants will receive a password to review the list
with the speakers, exhibitors, registered attendees and VIP guests. Accelerate the
networking and deal-making process by planning yourself pre-arranged business
meetings with fellow delegates and leading solution providers!
A special b2b Meeting area will be available for you next to Hall 5.

PROMOTIONAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Sponsorship is a conscious investment in your company image
and an efficient way to increase your brand awareness. Via Expo
invites you to become a SPONSOR of the most influential forum
for South-East Europe on EE, RES and Waste Management.
Sponsor packages are shaped to meet your budget and marketing objectives. Except our standard packages, we would be very
delighted to customize sponsorship.
Use your sponsorship as an integrated communication tool to
reach an exclusive group of participants with lasting effect.
Over 7 000 trade visitors will be at the Exhibition from the construction industry, power engineering, energy saving technolo-

gies and products, waste management and recycling, ecology and
investment sector. Also present will be representatives of state,
regional and local authorities.
Details on sponsorship packages are available from Nelly Vlaykova (nelly_v@viaexpo.com) or at tel.: +359/32 945 459.
Take advantage of the event sponsorship opportunities and
present your company products and services to a highly specialized international audience!

Register now at www.viaexpo.com!

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PROGRAM

Update 28 February 2011

13 April – Hall 6
9.00
10.00

OFFICIAL OPENING
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Financing
• Sustainable and Responsible Investment, ESG (Environmental, Social, Corporate Governance) Integration in Investment
Practices – M. Christensen, EUROSIF (European Sustainable Investment Forum), France
• Public Private Partnerships – Applicability for EE & RE Finance – L. Stevens, Finance in Motion GmbH, Germany
• Structural Funds for Financing EE & RES Projects in Bulgaria – N. Danchev, Ministry of Regional Development and
Public Works, Bulgaria
• Funding RES Projects under Rural Development Program – Ministry of Agriculture and Food – Rural Development
Program, Bulgaria
• Financing Structures for RES Projects in SEE: the Current Market, M. Mayr, UniCredit Leasing S.p.A., Austria
• Ex-Im Bank Renewable Energy Products – Solar Express Program – T. Kim, Ex-Im Bank, USA
• New Shape of Solar – P. Drahos, Solyndra; USA
• Assisting Cities and Regions in Preparation of Sustainable Energy Projects for EIB Funding – European Local Energy
Assistance Facility /ELENA/, Luxemburg
Discussion: EE & Renewable Financing
Moderator: A. de Pool, Environmental Investment Partners, Poland
Recent challenges to the growth of renewables both from the legislative and the economic fronts? Why SEE is an up and
coming area for RES investment – and which areas are an exception to the rule? How can local developers compete with
international firms or vice versa?

14.00

Energy Efficiency and Decentralized Energy
Moderator: D. Sweet – World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE), USA
• Current State of Energy Efficiency in Bulgaria, K. Kolev, Energy Efficiency Agency, Bulgaria
• Engines in Combined Heat and Power System – T. Stenhede, Wärtsilä, Finland
• The Use of Waste Heat for Drying of Biomass Specially Sewage Sludge – H. Haaring, Dorset Green Machines,
the Netherlands
• Overview of Decentralized Energy and Provide Some of WADE Research Results that Demonstrate the Ability
to Reduce Pollution and Delivered Power Costs – D. Sweet, WADE, USA
Discussion: Technologies to Reduce Regional CO2 Emissions and the Cost of Power
• The Belgian Situation in Terms of Passive House Standard – S. Moreno-Vacca, Belgium Passive House Platform
• Master and Post Graduate Education and Training in Multidisciplinary Teams Implementing EPBD and Beyond
(IDES-EDU) – P. OP ‘t Veld, Cauberg-Huygen Raadgevende Ingenieurs BV, the Netherlands
• Ongoing Activities of EE in Serbia – B. Kovacic, Serbian EE Agency, Serbia
• Sustainable Architecture in Bulgaria. 2020 minus 9 – N. Galabov, Chamber of Architects in Bulgaria

13 April – Hall 5
10.00

Waste Management
• Reflections on European Waste Management – C. Jackson, Environmental Protection, UK
• Waste Life Cycle Thinking and Assessment in Transition Countries – A. Mihajlov, Environmental Ambassadors/
Educons University, Serbia
• Integrated Infrastructure Development Planning – M. Kukobat, Regional Cooperation Council /RCC/, Bosnia
and Herzegovina
• Operational Programme Environment and Funding Opportunities for Municipality Waste Management Systems
and Waste Water Infrastructure – Ministry of Environment and Water, Bulgaria
• Dutch Approach to Waste Management – H. Huisman, NL Agency, NL Environment, Waste Management
Department, the Netherland
>>>

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>>>

Waste Management & Recycling

13 April – Hall 5
• Local Governments Commitment, Views and Challenges within the European Framework – J. Balint, Regional
Environment Centre, Hungary
• A Total Solution to Recycling and Waste Management for a Municipality – P. Dunn, Greater Manchester
Waste Disposal Authority, UK
• Collection and Transportation Technology – Th. Lemmen, Geesinknorba, the Netherlands
• Utilizing Unusable Space: Solar (Photovoltaic) Installations on Working Landfills – A. Bodenhagen, Solar Integrated
Technologies, Germany
• From Cluster Approach to Supply Chain Management of “Made in Europe”: Results from IMAGINE Project –
F. Testa, Scuola Superiore di Studi Universitari Sant’Anna, Italy
• Improving Waste Management System According to EU Requirements in Lithuania – G. Sulijiene, University of
Vilnius, Lithuania
• Waste Management in UK & Turkey: Policy Issues and Implementation – A. Kocabas, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts
University, Turkey
• Construction Waste – the Road to Resource Efficiency – C. Taylor, Resource Efficiency Pathway, UK
• Evaluating the Differences of IPPC Directive Implementation in Landfill Sector: Results from MED IPPC NET Project –
T. Daddi, Scuola Superiore di Studi Universitari Sant’Anna, Italy
• Quantification of Landfill Gas (LFG) Production, Emission and Energy Benefits – R. Gronert, NV Afvalzorg Holding,
the Netherlands

14 April – Hall 5
9.00

Solar Balkans
For the Forum Program, please visit www.viaexpo.com

14 April – Hall 6
9.00

Waste-to-Energy
Moderator: I. Steinberg, Eggersmann Anlagenbau, Germany*
• WtERT Trend Developments in Europe in Terms of What to Expect in the EU-15 in Contrast to EU-12 – S. Malek,
Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council, Germany
• State-of-the-art in Waste Incineration – F. Neubacher, Neubacher & Partner GmbH, Austria
• The State of W2E in Canada: An Overview of Policy Options and Political Challenges – J. Foden, Canadian
Energy-from-Waste Coalition, Canada
• Waste-to-Energy Practices and Technologies in Japan – M. Grabda, MRAM, Tohoku University, Japan
• German Experiences with Thermal Treatment Processes – Y. Noel, Technical University Aachen, Germany
• Waste-to-Energy as Part of the International Resource Management – B. Birnstengel, Prognos AG, Germany
• KOMPOFERM®-Systems for MBT Technology in Bulgaria: case study MBT Plant Varna – I. Steinberg, Eggersmann
Anlagenbau, Germany
• Production of Bio-energy as a Consequence of Vertical Integration of Agribusiness Company – G. Blagojevic,
Pediment, Serbia
• Production of Useful Fuels and Electricity from Biomass and Waste Resources – K. Yoshikawa, Tokyo Institute
of Technology, Japan
• Waste Management and Waste-to-Energy in Slovenia – V. Grilc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
• Plasma Resource Recovery System – Cities without Garbage – Industry without Waste – P. Rakin, IHIS, Serbia
• The Current State of Waste Management in the USA and How Waste-to-Energy Faces Barriers in the Implementation
of New Plants – R. van Haaren, Columbia University, USA
• Municipal Waste Management and Waste-To-Energy Projects in Poland – G. Wielgosiński, Technical University
of Lodz, Poland
• Incinerator Refractory and Waste Management – K. Martin, Mokesa AG, Switzerland
• Potential Drivers and Current Barriers to Waste-To-Energy – V. Schulte, Association of German Waste-to-Energy
Plants (ITAD e.V), Germany
* Invited

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>>>
16.00

Waste Management & Recycling

14 April – Hall 6
Recycling
• Bulgarian Association for Recycling
• Experiences from TV-Monitor (CRT Glass) Recycling – Th. Oberle, TOM Thomas Oberle Marketingberatung, Germany
• Biomass Utilization. Recycling of Used Tyres with Presses of Amandus Kahl – Presentation of K. A. Technology,
Bulgaria
• Flat Glass Recycling – P. Bartels, Maltha, the Netherlands
• PV CYCLE: The Voluntary European Take Back and Recycling of End-Of-Life Photovoltaic Modules – J. Clyncke,
PV CYCLE, Belgium
• Performance of Bitumen–Scrap Rubber Blends in Pavement Applications – M. Matoug, Libya

15 April – Hall 5
9.00

Solar Balkans
For the Forum Program, please visit www.viaexpo.com

14.00

Low-Carbon Communities – Mayors Meet Opportunities
Free workshop for local and regional authorities organized by LG Action
• Trends and Opportunities to Accelerate the Tempo of Sustainable Energy Roll-out in South-Eastern European Cities –
J. Balint, Senior Expert, Regional Environment Centre, Hungary
• The Local Government Network Importance to Support Sustainable Energy Strategy – UBSLA, Bulgaria
• The City of Burgas: a Covenant of Mayors Experience – Deputy Mayor of the City of Burgas, Bulgaria
• Energy Efficiency Good Practice: First Low Energy Elementary School of Slovenia: Deputy Mayor of Brezovica,
Slovenia*
• Optimising the Waste Hierarchy for Energy Recovery – H. Xirou, Waste Expert, ACR+*
• Renewable Energy Zaber’s Experience – Deputy Mayor of Zaber, Croatia
• Other Local Representatives (mayors, LG associations) from CEE States Committed in Sustainable Energy Projects*
• Keynote Speeches from an LG Association and National Government Representative. Interactive Discussion.
Conclusions.

15 April – Hall 6
13.30

RES Electricity & Smart Grid Platform












Integration of Wind Generation in Romanian Power System – A. Cilcic, Tractebel Engineering S.A., Romania
Delivering Efficiencies across the Integrated Solar Value Chain – K. Schmidt, REC Solar Germany GmbH, Germany
Vestas Activity in Bulgaria – P. Marinkov, Vestas Bulgaria
Gamesa New Technology Offer for the Bulgarian Market – J. Larraneta, Gamesa, Spain
Smart Grid: ICT Architecture Approach to Smart Grid Investments – R. Adam, Cisco, Germany
Grid Integration and Grid Development from a Financial and Regulatory Perspective – K. Lefkowitz, Bulgarian Wind
Energy Association
Co-operation with Municipalities & Benefits of Wind Energy for the Public – S. Noethlichs, Bulgarian Wind Energy
Association, Bulgaria
Pilot Project “Smart Grid” – Development of the Concept of PV Integration into Low-voltage Distribution
Network – CEZ-Bulgaria, BAS
Enhancing the Measurements Layer and Energy Efficiency Goals in Smart Grids. Experience from SEE-Hydropower
and IEE – Smart Regions Projects – M. Albu, Jyväskylä Innovation Ltd., Finland
Key Success Factors for PV Project Realization – V. Tabutov, Alliance of Producers of Ecological Energy, Bulgaria
Cooperation Mechanisms in Practice – S. Valchev, Nvalue Energia, Bulgaria
* Invited

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REGISTRATION FEES

The Registration is only on-line at www.viaexpo.com! Deadline for Registration is 7th April 2011.

EE & RES CONGRESS
SESSION

DAY
13 April
13 April
14 April
15 April
13-14-15 April

EE & Renewable Financing
EE & Decentralized Energy
Waste to Energy
RES Electricity & Smart Grid Platform
3 days Fee

EARLY-BIRD TILL REGULAR FEE
13.03.2011
TILL 03.04.2011
68 €
80 €
68 €
80 €
145 €
170 €
68 €
80 €
320 €
370 €

PAYMENT AFTER
03.04.2011
96 €
96 €
204 €
96 €
450 €

EARLY-BIRD TILL REGULAR FEE
13.03.2011
TILL 03.04.2011

PAYMENT AFTER
03.04.2011

WASTE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
SESSION

DAY

Waste Management

13 April

119 €

140 €

168 €

Waste to Energy

14 April

145 €

170 €

204 €

Recycling

14 April

51 €

60 €

72 €

2 days Fee

13-14 April

268 €

315 €

378 €

* 20% VAT is applicable to the above quoted prices.
REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES:
Conference proceedings on CD, simultaneous interpreting, free access to the exhibition, coffee-breaks, exhibition catalogue, access to on-line b2b
appointments seven days prior to the event and during it. If two or more persons from one organisation attend the Conference, the first pays the full
fee, the rest receive 10% discount each. The reduction applies to companies that do not use other discounts.
For every 3 paid attendees the forth will participate for free. 40% Discounted fee for governmental, municipal and academic officials, students. The reduction applies to participants that do not use other discounts. The promotion expires after 3 April 2011. Payment after 3 April
will be at regular fee. Verification of student status (age less than 28 years); needed: personalized letter from the university proving the full-time
student status and a copy of ID card. Please send scanned copies to office@viaexpo.com.
LUNCH
(per day)

COCKTAIL INVITATION, 13 APRIL, 19 h.
(for participant)

COCKTAIL INVITATION, 13 APRIL, 19 h.
(for accompanying person)

10 €

18 €

30 €

* 20% VAT is applicable to the above quoted prices.
PAYMENT
The registration fee should be paid before the event by bank transfer. The bank details are given at the website after you register.
PARTICIPATION CANCELLATION
If you cancel up to March 25th, 2011 (only in written form), 50 Euro administrative costs will be charged. After this date there is no refund. It is possible to transfer
a booked pass to another person.
NOTE: Your details will be not be given to a third party. You will receive regular business information by e-mail. If you wish not to receive this information, please,
inform the organiser.

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INVITATION TO VISIT THE EXHIBITION
Please complete the invitation or attach your business card and present it at the Visitor Registration Desk to be admitted to the
Exhibition area and receive a free copy of the exhibiton catalogue.
Name
Company
Address
City
Post Code
Country
Tel./Fax
E-mail:
Job Position
□ Manager
□ Marketing and Sales
□ Expert, Consultant
□ Investor
□ Other
Activity Sector
□ Agriculture and Forestry
□ Architecture
□ Automation, Electronics
□ Branch Association
□ Chemical Industry
□ Construction

http://
□ Consulting
□ Doors & Windows Frames
□ Ecology
□ Energy Saving Technologies
□ Food Industry
□ Fuels
□ Heating and Air Conditioning
□ Landfill Operators
□ Lighting
□ Machine-Building
□ Media
□ Metallurgy
□ Municipality
□ Investment, Financing

□ Packages
□ Power Engineering
□ Recycling
□ Renewable Energy:
□ Solar
□ Wind
□ Bioenergy
□ Water
□ Geothermal
□ Others
□ State Administration
□ Test and Control Units
□ Textiles
□ Transport

□ University, Institute
□ Waste Management
□ Waste Operators
□ Waste Treatment
□ Water Management
□ Other
…………………..........………..
Company Activity
□ Manufacture
□ Import
□ Expor
□ Trade
□ Services

VENUE

Airport

CONGRESS HALL

HOTEL
ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE

Via Expo has the best price for participants.
Metropolitan Hotel Sofia was opened in the beginning of 2008
and has recently been awarded as “Building of the year 2008”.
It is strategically located close to Sofia Airport and International Expo Center. The hotel is officially categorized as a 4-star
business hotel.

Single / Double Room: 79 Euro / 100 Euro – rates are per
room per night and inclusive of Breakfast, Transfer from hotel
to IEC and back, Mini Bar Drinks, Tourist Insurane and 20% VAT.
TRANSFER: Airport – Hotel / Hotel – Airport - 2 euro per person one way
The Hotel Reservation Form can be found at www.viaexpo.com

OFFICIAL HOTEL

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THE EXHIBITION

13-15 April 2011

Exhibitors and Represented Companies by Countries

ALBANIA
Engineering Systems
AUSTRIA
.A.S.A. Abfall Service AG (.A.S.A.
Bulgaria)
.А.S.A. International (.A.S.A.
Bulgaria)
Austrian Trade Office in Sofia
Distand Vienna (Ecoconcept )
Erema Engineering Recycling
Machinen und Anlagen GmbH
Fronius International GmbH
Polytechnik Luft- und
Feuerungstechnik GmbH
Sackl Anlagenbau GmbH
Schrack Technik GmbH
Strabag AG
Voestalpine Krems
Windhager (Ecoconcept)
BELGIUM
Audi Brussels (Sackl Anlagenbau
GmbH)
BRADY Corp. (ProfisBG)
BULGARIA
AE Solar Bulgaria Ltd.
Alema Solar Ltd.
Alukoenigstahl
American Way Bulgaria
Apex Solar Ltd.
.A.S.A. Bulgaria
Association of Producers of
Ecological Energy
Balbok Engineering
Bulgarian Photovoltaic
Association
BGWEA - Bulgarian Wind Energy
Association
Bulspace EOOD
Chaori-Saris Ltd.
Chaori-VS Solar AD
Charger Decor Ltd.
Chepakov Ltd.
Crane Ltd.
Crest Group
Day Energy
Ecoconcept
Ecoel BG Ltd.
Egnatia Bulgaria
Ekosist Ltd.
Energia
Energy Management Co Ltd.
Elcontrol ltd.
Elektro-Solar Systems Ltd.
Elettro Com Ltd.
Erato Ltd.
Eti Bulgaria
Euro Alliance Engineering
Eurodesign BG Ltd.
Euro-RIS-Net

Filkab Ltd.
Gomaplast Plc
Green Energy 3000
Green Way Bulgaria Ltd.
Greentech Engineering Solution
Hyundai Heavy Industies
CO Bulgaria
IDS Solar
Integral 2005
Intelstav Ltd.
Izogomatherm Ltd. (Gomaplast
Plc)
K.A. Technology Ltd.
KPV Solar Bulgaria OOD
Kris 94 Ltd.
Long Man Holding JSCo
Meva Bulgaria
Motto Engineering Ltd.
Nai Ltd.
Nedstar
NES – New Energy Systems Ltd.
Neven-Sig Solar OOD
Next Solar
Prime Engineering
Pro Eco Stroy Ltd.
ProfisBG
Recycling Bulgaria
Rossima EOOD
Schneider Electric Bulgaria
Sevatech Ltd.
Sibia Consulting Ltd.
Siemens Ltd.
Sky Solar Bulgaria Co Ltd.
Slanchatka Ltd.
SME Wind
Solar Enterprise Ltd.
Solarpro Ltd.
STS Solar AD
TLL Media
TMF Services EOOD
Upiter Metal
Vap Hydro
Vei Stroy AD
Velboi
Vestas Bulgaria EOOD
Versoley
VJF Ltd.
Vision Consulting Ltd.
CHINA
China Sunergy Nanjing CO., Ltd.
Linuo Power Group Shandong
Linuo Photovoltaic HI-Tech CO.,
Ltd.
Ningbo Qixin Solar Electrical
Appliance CO., Ltd.
Phono Solar Technology CO.,
Ltd (Phono Technologies
Switzerland AG)
Shanghai Alex Solar Energy
Science & Technology CO., Ltd.
Shanghai Alex New Energy CO.,

Ltd. (Shanghai Alex Solar Energy
Science & Technology CO., Ltd.)
Sky Solar Group (Sky Solar
Bulgaria Co Ltd.)
Sumec Group Corporation (Phono
Technologies Switzerland AG)
Wuxi High-New Technology Industrial Development CO., Ltd.
Znshine Pv-Tech CO., Ltd.
CROATIA
Work-Ing d.o.o.
Energy-Plus d.o.o.
CZECH REPUBLIC
American Way
Efektim A.S. (Phono Technologies
Switzerland AG)
DENMARK
Global Wind Power
FINLAND
Silo (Balbok Engineering Co.)
Wärtsilä Power Plants
Fyro MACEDONIA
Eko Solar d.o.o
GERMANY
Amandus Kahl GmbH & Co. KG
Balbok Engineering Co.
Böhm Solar Equipment
Technology GmbH (Vision
Consulting Ltd.)
Calrays Energy Systems GmbH
Egerrsmann Anlagenbau
(Recycling Bulgaria)
Enercon GmbH
Eurosol
Franki Grundbau Gmbh & Co. Kg
Heilit Umwelttechnik GmbH
HSM (ProfisBG)
Gehrlicher Solar AG
Gehrtec (Gehrlicher Solar AG)
IBB Solar
Ingenieurbüro Lamberth
Ingenieurbüro Synwold
Inventux Technologies AG
(Elcontrol Ltd.)
Juwi Solar Gmbh
Ideemasun Energy Gmbh
LCS Solarstrom AG
Narva Lichtquellen GmbH & CO.
KG (Vision Consulting Ltd.)
Phocos (Chepakov Ltd.)
Powerwind GmbH
REC
SIG Solar GmbH / SIG Solar
Germany (Neven-SIG Solar OOD)
Solar Integrated Technologies
Solea AG

Solarzentrum Allgau
GmbH & Co. KG
Sun Energy Europe Gmbh
Sunset Energietechnik Gmbh
Steinert (Recycling Bulgaria)
TiTech
ITALY
SAEM
Tecnova S.r.L.
MOLDOVA
Corna GmbH
MONTENEGRO
Wideli doo
Winsol doo
Osana doo
G Tech doo
Sodra doo
Vijesnik doo
Poliex AD
Ingenium doo
Gea Projekt doo
Estetika doo
POLAND
Trade and Investment Promotion
Section of Embassy of the
Republic of Poland in Sofia
ROMANIA
Astra Srl
Info Media
THE NETHERLANDS
Dorset Green Machines B. V
Victron Energy (Chepakov Ltd.)
SPAIN
FCC – (.A.S.A. Bulgaria)
Instituto Español de Comercio
Exterior (ICEX)
SLOVENIA
Lumenia
SWEDEN
Orwak (Recycling Bulgaria)
Presona (Recycling Bulgaria)
PV Enterprise Sweden AB
SWITZERLAND
Phono Technologies
Switzerland
TURKEY
Ihlas Fair Organization
USA
First Solar (Gehrlicher
Solar AG)
Update 28 February 2011

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Waste Management & Recycling

auStria – FOCUS COUNTRY
OF THE WASTE MANAGEMENT FORUM
Austria’s waste industry is regarded as one of the best in the world due to the high standards of domestic waste management
companies that fulfilled numerous pioneer works. Austrian firms were obliged early in the past because of strict national legislation
to invest in equipment to reduce the environmental impact. The sector consists of more than 3.300 companies. With almost 33,000
employees – two thirds of which are laborer – the sector generates an annual turnover of over EUR 4 billion.
The yearly volume of investments from firms in the waste management business reaches about EUR 260 million. The sector’s
performance can be illustrated through the following numbers: around 9,500 trucks as well as 79,500 containers and troughs are
in use in Austria. There is high demand for qualified employees in the waste management sector: In the course of a year, 2,400 new
jobs have been created.

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