The location of the REMOO-2018 is Venice, the Italian coast of the Adriatic Sea - a city in northeastern Italy and the capital of the Veneto region. It is sited on a group of 117 small islands that are separated by canals and linked by bridges. These are located in the marshy Venetian Lagoon which stretches along the shoreline, between the mouths of the Po and the Piave Rivers.

Source:; Copyright: nejron

Venice and Italy lie in the Central European Time zone (GMT+1) and the official currency in is EUR.

The city has a Humid subtropical climate, with cool winters and very warm summers. In May the average daily temperature lies between 17 and 22 deg C. The average temperature of the see in the Lagoon area is about 19 deg C.

Venice is served by the Marco Polo International Airport (Aeroporto di Venezia Marco Polo), named in honour of its famous citizen. The airport (14 kilometres away) is on the mainland and was rebuilt away from the coast. Public transport from the airport takes one to Venice by buses. motor boats, railways and taxis.

Source:; Copyright:  Rostislav Glinsky

Venice was also the epicenter for creative glassmaking for centuries. Artisans lived and worked in the city until leaders decided the fire risk was too great and moved the glassmakers to Murano. Over centuries, creative glassmaking became Murano’s legacy. The island filled with furnaces pumping out heat and smoke, glassblowers worked in shops and studios molding and shaping swirls of colored glass into spectacular chandeliers, vases, figurines, beads and jewelry.




The Republic of Venice was a major maritime power during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and a staging area for the Crusades and the Battle of Lepanto, as well as a very important centre of commerce and art in the 13th century up to the end of the 17th century. This made Venice a wealthy city throughout most of its history. After the Napoleonic Wars and the Congress of Vienna, the Republic was annexed by the Austrian Empire, until it became part of the Kingdom of Italy in 1866. Venice has played  an important role in the history of symphonic and operatic music, and it is the birthplace of Antonio Vivaldi.

The name is derived from the ancient Veneti people who inhabited the region by the 10th century BC. The city was historically the capital of the Republic of Venice.

The maze of canals threaded through the city requires use of more than 400 bridges to permit flow of foot traffic. The main public transportation means in Lagoon area are motorised waterbuses (vaporetti) which ply regular routes along the Grand Canal and between the city's islands. The only gondole still in common use by Venetians are the traghetti, foot passenger ferries crossing the Grand Canal at certain points without bridges.

The Carnival of Venice is an annual festival held in Venice, Italy. The Carnival ends with the Christian celebration of Lent, forty days before Easter, on Shrove Tuesday (Mardi Gras), the day before Ash Wednesday. In the seventeenth century, the baroque carnival was a way to save the prestigious image of Venice in the world and today is the world-famed for its elaborate masks.

Only 7 kilometres from Venice, a 40-minute trip by Venetian motorboats "vaporetti”, at the northern end of the Lagoon is an island Burano. It is a fishing village known for its handcrafted lace and technicolor houses. Centuries ago, an easily distracted Buranelli sailor was lured to the island by a beautiful mermaid. She splashed her tail and created intricately patterned sea spray which she used as her wedding veil for her upcoming nuptials to her sailor.  The village girls were jealous of her veil and did their best to replicate the airy patterns with needle and thread, thus beginning Burano’s tradition of handcrafted lace. Some say the houses were painted brightly so fisherman returning from sea could spot their houses through the fog.  A less romantic version say the houses were painted distinctively so fishermen could find their way home after a night on the town.


Tel: +49 9131 9179614

Fax: +49 9131 9262618


The Rialto Bridge is arguably the most beautiful and definitely the most famous and oldest of the 4 bridges which cross Venice's Grand Canal. The bridge was constructed in 1591, it took 3 years to build and remained in use for 300 years.

Ponte di Rialto

MUST SEE in Venice!


The view of the entire city from atop the bell tower on Piazza San Marco, which costs 8 EUR, is one of Venice’s most popular attractions. An insider tip is heading over to San Giorgio Maggiore – the view is arguably better and the privilege only costs 3 EUR.

Enjoy the View

Copyright: lachris77


Copyright: Volha Kavalenkava




The impressive 17th-century Palazzo Pisani was used for shoot-out at the end of the
2006 James Bond film Casino Royale. Earlier Bond came to blows in the Torre dell’ Orologio. Other locations used include recently opened Palazzo Grimani where the gruesome final scene was shot.

Walk in James Bond’s

No trip to Venice would be complete without a punt down one of the city’s picturesque waterways in an iconic gondola. The Istituzione per la Conservazione della Gondola e Tutela del Gondoliere has recommended itineraries.

Get around in a

Copyright: Natasa Bojovic


Copyright: RENECON International


This museum is one of the world's greatest museums and one of the city's top attractions. It is housed within the Scuola della Carita (1343), Convento dei Canonici Lateranensi (1561) and the Church of Santa Maria della Carita in the Dorsoduro Quarter.

Galleria dell'Accademia

Copyright: Dario Rota


Venice is a unique and precious repository of art. From the late Middle Ages until the mid 18th century, the greatest artists left their mark all over the city and works by Venice’s grand masters Titian, Tintoretto, Canaletto and Tiepolo can still be viewed in situ today.

Tour the Venetian Masters of Art


Venice was the epicenter for creative glassmaking for centuries.  Artisans lived and worked in the city until leaders decided the fire risk was too great and moved the glassmakers to Murano. Burano is a fishing village known for its handcrafted lace and technicolor houses.

Murano and Burano

Copyright: Elena Schweitzer


MUST DO in Venice!

MUST TASTE in Venice!


The lagoon city has a long and glorious culinary tradition based on fresh seafood. A writhing, glistening variety of sea creatures swims from the stalls of the Rialto and Chioggia markets into local kitchens. Going with the flow of la cucina veneta requires a certain spirit of openminded experimentation.

Eat Seafood You’ve
never seen before

To the usual Italian breakfast, light snacks, pastries and alcoholic beverages routine, Venice contributes its own specialities: the ombra and the spritz. The former is a tiny glass of wine – bianco or rosso – which is knocked back in no time and is often the whole point of a giro di ombre – an ombra-crawl around selected bacari.

Drink like a Venetian – and
go on a Secret Wine Tour


Water, water, water everywhere, and some wonderful places to
drink. The best waterside bars include Al Chioschetto for enjoying the Zattere, Vincent Bar for leafy lagoon calm and Taverna del Campiello Remer for a Grand Canal perch.

Take a Waterside-Bar

Copyright: emmeci74



Most Venetians agree that some of the city’s best gelato is served in Boutique del Gelato, a tiny outlet on busy salizzada San Lio.  At Alaska Gelateria-Sorbetteria Carlo Pistacchi is passionate about making ice-cream and experimenting with new flavours using only the freshest natural ingredients.

Cool down with a delicious Gelato

Copyright: pitrs



Copyright: Olena Kachmar


The conference venue is the Ai Pini Park Hotel **** in Mestre Venice, which is strategically located both for business and for leisure visitors, just a short walk away from Mestre centre and a 20 minutes bus ride from the Piazzale Roma at the Venice island. Surrounded  by  own  beautiful  green  garden,  the  hotel  has  an

MUST KNOW about Venice!

Copyright: RENECON International

Source:; Copyright: stevanzz


ample private parking place free of charge and public bus  stop  to Venice island is just in front of the property. For more details see the Hotel Reservation


The 8th International Energy Conference REMOO    |    29-31 May 2018    |    VENICE, ITALY


This square is the central point of the city and St. Mark's Basilica is Venice's most famous church, known for its art work and history. The church overlooks St. Mark's Square on the edge of the Grand Canal and is joined to the Doge's Palace.

Piazza San Marco,
Basilica di San Marco
and  Palazzo Ducale

Copyright: Boris Stroujko





of BTW Results




of Conference

Full Papers

previous speakers
previous speakers
Banner1 GIP
Banner1 GIP
Contemporary ENERGY n
Contemporary ENERGY n
logo_RENECON transp

© 2018

All rights reserved

RENECON International


ACE Certification

Major sponsor of

ms-sponsor Westinghouse

REMOO Conference

is Certified by


support-s GRS

Supported by