Optimal transition of the energy sector in the focus of Sarajevo Energy and Climate Week

Optimal transition of the energy sector in the focus of Sarajevo Energy and Climate Week


Vice President of the chamber, Mirsad Jašarspahić, told FENA that SECW is a five-day international event that will discuss the just transition of coal-rich regions, respecting all necessary climate goals and the need for decarbonization of the energy sector in BiH and the Western Balkans region. CE Report quoting FENA.NEWS

"Bosnia and Herzegovina has a tradition and rich experience in energy, and we believe that it should have a meeting like this, which should grow into a traditional and most important regional annual event in that area.

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