Prague, Czech Republic (PressExposure) March 22, 2011 -- Romenvirotec is one of the most significant exhibitions in the Eastern European Region. Its significance is further strengthened by the support for photovoltaics that is being prepared in Romania. The four day exhibition took place in the Romanian capital Bucharest. The exhibition and the accompanying conference were taking place - just as last year - in a remarkable exhibition complex named Romexpo.
Efektim - specialist in development of photovoltaic power plants
Efektim a.s., as the tradition may go, also attended the international Romenvirotec 2011 Exhibition. It is a company with more than forty year tradition. Efektim is one of the top companies specializing in the design, implementation and servicing of photovoltaic, wind, hydro and gas incinerating power plants. It operates all across Europe, in Africa, the Near East and newly in USA. It is a renowned expert on engineering, design, optimization, construction and provision of financing, testing and ensuing servicing and monitoring of photovoltaic power plants.
Efektim has a number of projects under its belt and also separate PVP installations. It played a role in unique photovoltaic power plant installations, such as for example the 9th largest photovoltaic power plant in the world - the FVE Czech Vepr(ek with a total output of 35.1 MWp.
Romenvirotec 2011, Bucharest, Romania
The international Romenvirotec Exhibition is currently among the most significant Eastern European exhibitions focused on new trends and technologies for clean and environmentally friendly generation of electricity, environmental protection and recycling. Concurrently there also was a series of lectures taking place. Ing. Peter Bahelka, Director of the Slovak branch of Efektim, provided his listeners with some interesting, stimulating information and also tips regarding the topic of photovoltaic power plant construction.
The visitors had an opportunity at the exhibit to obtain valuable information from the representatives of international solar energy companies as well as from experts, which spoke at the scheduled conferences, lectures and workshops.