Members of RES Serbia on a study trip in Bavaria are getting acquainted with innovations in the renewable energy industry

Numerous members of RES Serbia are currently on a study trip in Germany, visiting companies involved in wind and solar energy and attending expert lectures, at the invitation of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy and the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia).

The participants first attended a networking event at the Kolpinghaus congress center in Munich, which included a visit to an in-house fair and presentations on the latest innovations in the solar and wind industries. Additionally, a visit to the production facility of Schletter Solar GmbH was organized, providing participants with insight into production processes and technological innovations.

Participants had the opportunity to visit and familiarize themselves with the work of leading companies in the field of renewable energy sources, including Max Bögl Wind AG, A. Eberle GmbH & Co. KG, and IBC SOLAR AG. These visits included seminars, guided tours of production facilities, and discussions on current trends and challenges in the industry.

As part of the trip, the public utility company Haßfurt GmbH was also visited, which is the municipal energy supplier of the city of Haßfurt (with around 13 thousand inhabitants). Located in northern Bavaria, the municipality has been following the path towards greater sustainability and energy independence for decades.

A visit to the solar power plants of the Munich Trade Fair is also planned, where participants will have the opportunity to gain insight into the implementation of solar systems on a large scale. The final event and debriefing with Bayern International will provide an opportunity for reflection on experiences and impressions during the trip, as well as for further cooperation and exchange of ideas.

This study trip is an example of successful cooperation between the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy, the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, and RES Serbia in promoting sustainable technologies and encouraging the global energy transition towards a cleaner future.