The Council of Branch Organizations at the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) is hosting an event titled “Solar Energy for Business – Implementation Stages and Financing Opportunities.” The hybrid event is scheduled for January 25, from 15:00 to 17:00, taking place in hall “A” at the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), as well as being broadcast online.
The event will commence with opening remarks from Tsvetan Simeonov, Chairman of the Management Board of BCCI, and Gena Sabeva, Chairman of the Council of Branch Organizations at BCCI. Denitsa Nikolova and Maria Hristova from EUConsult.BG, a pioneering company, will discuss the fundamental prerequisites for companies to develop projects under the European program “Construction of New RES for Own Consumption in Combination with Local Energy Storage Facilities in Enterprises” in Bulgaria. They specialize in preparing and managing projects for grant funding from national and European sources.
Attendees will gain insights into the solar power plant construction process, along with associated risks and challenges, through presentations by Rositsa Chopeva and Roza Ivanova from xFigureFinance. This independent consulting firm boasts a decade of experience in the RES sector and involvement in projects with an installed capacity exceeding 400 MWp across Bulgaria and neighboring countries.
Eng. Veselin Todorov, Chairman of the Association “Solar Academy Bulgaria,” a renewable energy expert, and owner of VVT Engineering, will provide practical insights into the advantages of constructing photovoltaic plants. He will present real-world examples and address administrative steps and potential obstacles encountered during the photovoltaic plant construction process.
The event, “Solar Energy for Business – Implementation Stages and Financing Opportunities,” targets investors, companies, and organizations interested in establishing photovoltaic plants and achieving energy independence. Field experts specializing in financing, design, and construction of photovoltaic plants will deliver valuable insights into the various phases of solar plant construction, current financing opportunities through European programs, and potential challenges associated with this type of investment.