About Energy Council
The Energy Council is a prestigious two-day event that is traditionally held in Bosnia and Herzegovina every two years, organized by CETEOR. The previous eight Energy Councils have been successfully held so far.
Since 2007, this event has brought together professionals and stakeholders in Bosnia and Herzegovina to debate energy transition and sustainable development.
The Energy Council has long been an important venue for the sharing of information and experiences among international and local professionals from all backgrounds. The event fosters open discussion of the challenges that Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries in the region confront in the context of low-carbon development and innovative technologies.
The event attracts distinguished lecturers, representatives from international and domestic institutions, companies, and NGOs, all aiming to foster synergy between market needs and decision-makers at various levels.
The participation of 1.500 attendees and the publication of 280 scientific papers stand as a testimony to the outstanding quality and significance of the Energy Council over the last 16 years.
This is not just another energy event; our vision extends beyond that. We strive to provide fresh perspectives, promote thematic divergence, and create a unique experience that will leave a lasting impression on our attendees. Therefore, join us at the Energy Council, where we transcend the boundaries of traditional conferences and deliver a dynamic platform that shapes the future of the energy sector.
CETEOR (Center for Economic, Technological and Environmental Development Sarajevo) was established in 1992 with the aim of providing support to the environmental, social, economic and technological development of Bosnia and Herzegovina. CETEOR continued the tradition of the Institute for Process Engineering, Energy and Environmental Engineering of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Sarajevo, after its work was terminated in 1992. CETEOR is probably the first company registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina to support development.