Fifth Energy Summit 2019

Fifth Energy Summit 2019


(Neum, April 16-18, 2019) 

The driving topic of the Fifth Energy Summit was the transition of the energy sector in BiH. The representatives of government institutions, international organizations, potential investors and experts, discussed the key topics of the energy sector development: the reform of support schemes for renewable energy, biomass potentials, electricity market, energy efficiency, the perspective of the gas sector, and the role of the media and public in achieving a successful transition of the energy sector. 

Organizers of The Fifth Energy Summit are USAID Energy Investment Activity Project (EIA), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) through ‘Promotion of Renewable Energy in BiH’ and ‘Promotion of Energy Efficiency in BiH’ projects and British Embassy Sarajevo, under the auspices by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BiH and the State Electricity Regulatory Commission, the Regulatory Commission for Energy in FBiH and the Regulatory Commission for Energy of Republika Srpska.


Future of Energy Sector-Challenges and Possibilities – Igor Luksic

Reform of the Renewable Energy Support Scheme System in BiH – Bozidar Radovic, DNV GL

Energy Transition_Market status and Challenges – Edin Zametica, SERC

Proposed Standard for Electronic Data Interchange in the Retail Electricity Market in BiH – Amela Causevic, EPBiH

Revision of Market Rules in BiH – Bozidar Radovic

Energy Efficiency as an element of Energy Transition – Sanja Kapetina, MOFTER and Esad Smajlovic, GIZ

Status of the BiH Gas Sector – Mak Kamenica, USAID EIA_ Konstantin Petrov, DNV GL

Energy Transition – Are the Media Ready – Lejla Turcilo, FPN Sarajevo

Energy Efficiency Project – Selma Cilimkovic, Partner MKF

Results and achievements of the project ENZA-Energy cooperatives in BiH – Vedad Suljic, REIC

Significance and contribution of R&D projects in the industry to the energy transition – Anes Kazagic, EPBiH

Sustainable cross-border Renewable Micro Power Plant initiative_Ivana Rogulj_Miro Bugarin

Vitez and Teslic District Heating Projects – Leonida Hadzimuratovic, CETEOR

Western Balkans Investment Framework – Aleksandra Ploco