DBDH has built up a valuable relation with the Serbian district heating sector through our Agreement of Cooperation with the Serbian district heating association: SRBSKA TOPLA (TOPS), represented by its chairman. This cooperation opens the access to the political level and important decision makers in the Serbian sector for district heating. The Agreement of Cooperation is based on the fact that the district heating sector in Serbia wants to benefit from cooperation with Danish companies concerning Danish know-how and technologies. It is also a unique possibility for Danish companies to have complete access to the sector and the regions that are members of TOPS.
In order to maintain and expand the cooperation that exists between the Danish and the Serbian district heating sector, it is important that we are constantly visible in Serbia as a strong sector that can provide the energy saving and energy efficient solutions needed. This year, the chairman of TOPS, Mr. Milovan Lecic, proposes the event to take place in Brzece (mountain Kopaonik), and will also – beside managers of Serbian Heating plants – attract the leaders and decision makers in Serbian municipalities. The interest from their side is very positive.
The DBDH delegation will be headed by Chairman of DBDH, Lars Gullev, who will open the seminar speaking on the subject of Rational energy management, metering and renewable energy.
There is also a positive answer from State Secretary for Energy, Mr. Predic, that he will be present on seminar the whole time.
27 May 2015
Arrival to Belgrade
Bus transfer to Brzece
Joint dinner with TOPS
28 May 2015
Danish District Heating Day
• Opening of Seminar
• Presentation by the DBDH chairman
• Technical presentations by participating Danish companies (Simultaneous translation)
• Workshops and networking
• Gala dinner and networking
29 May 2015
• Bilateral meetings and follow up
• Visit to sites
• Transfer to Belgrad
30 May 2015
Departure from Belgrade
Travel arrangements from Denmark
There are several opportunities for low-cost fligth tickets. DBDH will coordinate the travel plan for the Danish participants to go as a group.
Price for participation
The price is all-inclusive (transport from Belgrade airport as well as all meals and hotel accommodation for your company’s representatives). Based on 8 participating companies, the price per company will be EUR 2,350 (DKK 17,500). Only individual costs for flight tickets are not included.
Do you want to join?
Please fill out the binding registration no later than 30 April: Registration
We look forward to seeing you in Serbia!
During 27 and 28 May, DBDH organized Danish Days in Serbia in cooperation with the Serbian district heating association, TOPS.
The main goal of the trip was the Danish Days seminar on the 28th of May in Brzeze presenting the best from the Danish district heating sector. The theme of the day was: ‘’Rational energy management, metering and renewable energy’’ – a theme that is very relevant in light of the latest new Serbian energy regulation, which imposes district heating companies to meter the heat delivered.
At the seminar, DBDH members and invited guests got a change to present Danish solutions for the Serbian challenges. From Denmark, following companies participated: Kamstrup, BA Systems, Danfoss, Brunata, Logstor and Broen A/S. The seminar was very well visited by Serbian energy companies and decision makers from the Serbian municipalities. Amongst these was the chairman of TOPS, Mr. Milovan Lecic. In prolongation of the seminar DBDH members met local and regional stakeholders during work shops, which were a unique opportunity for bilateral talks. The activity level during work shops were intense with debates and dialogues.
For many years, DBDH has been building up a valuable relation with the Serbian district heating sector through an Agreement of Cooperation with the Serbian district heating association SRBSKA TOPLA (TOPS). This agreement is based on the fact that the district heating sector in Serbia wants to benefit from cooperation with Danish companies concerning Danish know-how and technologies.
The DBDH trip to Serbia was a planned step to maintain and expand the cooperation that exists between the Danish and the Serbian district heating sector.”It is important that we are constantly visible in Serbia as a strong sector that can provide the energy saving and energy efficient solutions needed”, explains Pia Zimmerman, export manager DBDH.