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PRO-ENERGY FORUM

 

Fifth conference PRO-ENERGY FORUM will be in spring 2019.

 

In 2018, the Slovak conference PRO-ENERGY Fórum took place already for the fourth time. This year was held in the Slovak town Pezinok near Bratislava, in hotel Rozalka. PRO-ENERGY Forum is a one-day informal meeting of energy experts from Slovakia, as well as from abroad, debating hot issues in four subject-related panel discussions. The next year is planned for spring 2019.


For more information on PRO-ENERGY Forum, please see webpage, where you can find videos and text collections from the past conferences.

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