The goal of the International Workshop REMOO–2013 (Regional Energy Mix and Outlook Options) is to provide an international regional forum to present, review and discuss the effective energy topics with common dilemmas, current issues of energy supply and investments in the energy mix as well as likely technical and economical options for sustainable development focusing on modern management with the spring 2013 theme of Modern Management and Safety Culture for the Sustainable Energy Mix.
Draft / Preliminary AGENDA
(Secretary General of the Serbian WEC Member Committee, Scientific Advisor to
ENERGOPROJEKT–ENTEL — Serbia)
(Head of Reactor Engineering Division IJS, Professor at University Ljubljana — Slovenia)
(Professor at Faculty Electrical Engineering & Computing, University Zagreb — Croatia)
(Director of Strategic Projects at WORLEYPARSONS — Bulgaria)
(Vice President ICO South–East Europe at AREVA — Germany) Chair
Zoran V. STOSIC
Preliminary List of SPEAKERS / Lecturers
VENUE and Accommodation
Only invited lectures organized in six Sessions (Programme) will discuss following eleven Topics (Agenda)
Draft / Preliminary PROGRAMME
* Opening and welcome ceremony will begin at 08:30 on September 16th
* The Workshop will end early afternoon on September 17th
* The official language is English
* Registration and information desk will be located in the lobby of the hotel
* The presentations will be made available for registered participants after the Workshop
Milentija Popovica 5
11070 Belgrade, SERBIA
The Workshop will take place in the pleasant ambience of the Hyatt Regency Belgrade, accessible in 15 minutes from the Belgrade airport and less than 10 minutes away from the city centre. It is located in New Belgrade, close to the exclusive shopping Centre Usce, and amazing park Usce — point where Sava flows into the Danube with river bank overlooking the city centre and Kalemegdan fortress.
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, with a population of around 1.7 million. It is situated in south–eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has, since ancient times, been an important traffic junction where the roads of eastern and western Europe cross. It lies on two international waterways, at the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube which surround it on three sides.
The climate in Belgrade is a moderate continental one, with an average temperature of 18 grad C in September. Belgrade lies in the Central European Time zone (GMT+1).
The official currency is the dinar (RSD), but foreign currency may be exchanged in many authorized exchange offices.
Safety culture — as an indispensable pillar of modern management — in its simple form may be characterised as ethical behaviour of the way we perform things and run processes. In social and ecosystems, sustainability is the long–term maintenance of responsibility, which has environmental, economic, and social dimensions, and encompasses the concept of stewardship, the responsible management of resource use. As defined by the Brundtland Commission in 1987 “sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. Thus, making the sustainable energy mix must be accompanied with positive safety culture to ensure its ethical developing for the future needs.
Related issues are being subject of invited lectures that will be presented by distinguished invited speakers from around the Europe.
Population, Energy Demand, Costs and Sustainable Development
Commodity Mix, Energy Density and Environmental Load
Carbon Emissions and Climate
Aging of Power Generation and Security of Energy Supply
Load Change Flexibility
Indispensability of Safety Culture
Energy Strategy, Efficiency and Saving
Sustainability of Energy Mix
Commitments and Responsibility
Capital Costs, Commodity and Equipment Prices
Risks and Insurance
State of Affairs
Options for Commodity and Energy Mix
Must Consider for Sustainability
Modern Manageent System
Commitments and Responsibility
Impact of Risks
City Administration of Belgrade
Secretariat for Utilities and Housing Affairs
Tea BILIC ZABRIC
(Director INKO Consulting — Slovenia)
(Director of Energy Administration at Secretariat for Utilities and Housing Affairs of
City Administration of Belgrade — Serbia)
(Scientific Advisor to Institute for Nuclear Sciences VINCA — Serbia)
16–17 September 2013
The 3rd International Conference & Workshop
Safety Culture for
Modern Management and
the Sustainable Energy Mix
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