13:00-13:40

OPENING AND WELCOME

14:20-15:00

Session 4   

POSTER SESSION* with Exhibition

09:00-10:40

Session 2   

13:40-15:20

Session 1a 

15:50-18:00

Thursday, 13 November 2014

11:30-

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Registration

15:20-15:50

Coffee Break / Interview Session

17:10-17:15

CLOSING REMARKS

10:40-11:10

Coffee Break

11:10-13:20

Session 3   

13:20-14:20

Conference Lunch

08:00-

Registration

15:00-17:10

Session 5   

BUSINESS OF ENERGY FLANKED BY

Session 1b 

PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION

Energy Market and Its Infrastructure

Diversified Energy Structure for Stability and

Security of Energy Supply

FINANCING AND BUSINESS

OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENERGY NETWORKS

Pricing, Subsidiaries and Trading

Trends in Energy Sector: Chances and Perils

COMMON REGULATORY ISSUES,

EDUCATIONAL PLATFORM

Identification of Common Interest in

Regulations/Legislations

Fostering Sustainable Energy by Education

and Knowledge Transfer

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NEW PROJECTS:

STATUS AND EXPECTED CHANGES

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Energy and Electricity Capacities Outlook

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Challenges in Energy Systems and Their

Interconnections

and Coffee Break

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION AND

BUSINESS OF ENERGY FLANKED BY

PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION

4.

Janez KOPAC

Director of the Energy Community

1.

Zoran V. STOSIC

Conference Chairman;

5.

Martin NOVSAK

Director of GEN-energija, SLOVENIA

2.

Tomaz ZAGAR

Director of ARAO, SLOVENIA:

1.

Tea BILIC ZABRIC

Director of INKO Consulting, SLOVENIA;

4.

Leon CIZELJ

Head of Reactor Engineering at the IJS;

Consultant at the IAEA, AUSTRIA:

Common Regulatory Platform

National Energy Policy and Strategy

and Their Implications for Radwaste

Professor at the University of Ljubljana,

SLOVENIA:

Secretariat, AUSTRIA

Research and Higher Education:

A Disposable Part of Fundamental

National Infrastructure?

3.

Luka STRUBELJ

Safety and Technical Lead Analyst at

GEN-energija, SLOVENIA

2.

Jukka T. LAAKSONEN

Vice President ROSATOM Overseas,

1.

Alexander WOLSKI

Director of Strategic Projects at

WorleyParsons, BULGARIA:

Challenges in Energy Generation

New Russian Nuclear Power Plant

Projects

Status of New Power Plant in Slovenia

Systems and Their Outlook

RUSSIA;

FINLAND:

2.

Nikola CAVLINA

Professor at the Faculty of Electrical

Engineering and Computing, University of

3.

Milorad DUSIC

International Collaboration as Usual

Aftermath of Accidents in Energy

Electricity Generation Costs Dependency

on Energy Options and Risks

Zagreb, CROATIA:

Director of NUCCON, AUSTRIA:

Production Facilities

Management

3.

Jovica BUDIMIR

Executive Director for Investments at

SRBIJAGAS, SERBIA:

4.

Joze SPILER

Head of Technical Services and Investments

Regional Benefits of National Nuclear

Energy Infrastructure Development

Objectives and Importance of ‘South

at GEN-energija, SLOVENIA:

Stream’ Project for the Region

2.

Phil PROCTOR

Programme Manager at the Energy

Technologies Institute, UNITED KINGDOM:

3.

Maximilian Emanuel ELSPAS

Head of Energy Law and Partner at

1.

Miodrag MESAROVIC

Secretary General of the Serbian WEC

Member Committee;

Evidential Reasoning Approach for

EU Guidelines on Environmental and

Energy Aid for 2014-20120 and Its Impact

Technologies and Modelling to Address

Long-Term Energy Planning

BEITEN BURKHARDT Law Munich,

GERMANY:

SERBIA:

the Challenges of Network Transition

on the National Promotion Schemes for

Renewable Energy

1.

Tom BLAKE

Managing Director of Poyry Capital London,

UNITED KINGDOM:

Infrastructure Financing:

International Investors’ Perspective

1.

Frank APEL

1.

Zoran V. STOSIC

Former Vice President ICO SouthEast

Europe at AREVA, GERMANY

The ROSE Room for POSTER SESSION

*

with Exhibition will be opened the whole day

Energy Storage and Its Supporting Role

Senior Vice President Sales Central Europe

& Nordic Countries and Executive KAM

Program at AREVA, GERMANY:

2.

Michael NARODOSLAWSKY

Professor at the Institute for Process and

The Challenge of Utilising Bio-Resources:

A Regional Perspective

Particle Engineering, Technical University of

Graz, AUSTRIA:

2.

Peter GASPERSIC

Minister of Infrastructure of the

Republic of SLOVENIA

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4.

Li RAN

Professor at the School of Engineering,

Condition Monitoring and Operational

Management of Power Electronics for

University of Warwick, UNITED KINGDOM;

Deputy Director of China State Key Lab

in Power Transmission Apparatus Security,

Chongqing University, CHINA:

Reliability of Renewables

and International Collaboration

Former Director General of the STUK,

Senior Advisor to Energoprojekt-ENTEL,

3.

Wolfgang Arthur MARKO

Research Associate at the Institute of

General Management and Organisation,

Disruptive Innovations - Challenges and

Graz University of Technology, AUSTRIA

Opportunities of Distributed Renewable

Energy Generation

Director of RENECON International,

GERMANY;

Conference Chairman;

Former Vice President ICO SouthEast

Europe at AREVA, GERMANY

Director of RENECON International,

GERMANY;

3.

H.E. Anna Elisabeth PRINZ

German Ambassador to Slovenia

Nikola CAVLINA (Professor at the Faculty of

Chair:

Electrical Engineering and Computing,

University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Zoran V. STOSIC (Conference Chairman;

Former VP ICO SEE at AREVA, GERMANY)

Director of RENECON International, GERMANY;

Li RAN (Professor at the School of Engineering,

University of Warwick, UNITED KINGDOM;

Deputy Director of China State Key Lab

in Power Transmission Apparatus Security,

Chongqing University, CHINA:

Chair:

Lazarina BATAKLIEVA (Economic Analyst Expert

at WorleyParsons, BULGARIA)

Chair:

Jukka T. LAAKSONEN (Vice President ROSATOM

Chair:

Overseas, RUSSIA;

Former Director General of the STUK, FINLAND)

Davor GRGIC (Professor at the Faculty of

Chair:

Electrical Engineering and Computing,

University of Zagreb, Croatia)

ELECTRIC POWER NETWORK

0103

Luka STRUBELJ, Dejan SLOVENC, Jure JAZBINSEK, Tadeja POLACH / GEN energija, Krsko, SLOVENIA

Model of Westinghouse 2 Loop NPP in APROS Code

0104

Elvis MIKAC, Vedran KIRINCIC, Srdjan SKOK / Faculty of Engineering, University of Rijeka, CROATIA

Smart Protection Scheme for the Power Subsystem of Istria Region

0112

Shpetim LAJQI, Xhemajl FEJZULLAHU / Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Prishtina, REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO,

Design and Production of the Testing System of the Mini-Hydroelectric Power Station with Turgo Turbine

T1

Stanislav PEHAN / Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maribor, SLOVENIA

0116

Wolfgang Arthur MARKO / Institute of Management and Organisation, Graz University of Technology, AUSTRIA

Small-Scale, Big Impact - Utilities’ New Business Models for “Energiewende

0117

Davor GRGIC, Vesna BENCIK / Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, CROATIA,

Independent Review of NPP Modifications and Safety Upgrades

Ivica BASIC / APOSS, CROATIA

ENERGY SAVINGS AND STORAGE

0209

Lenka DOBSAKOVA, Miroslav HALUZA / Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology,

Decreasing of Pump Consumption by Frequency Converter and Non-Uniform Cascade

T2

CZECH REPUBLIC

NATURAL GAS

0410

Raffaella GERBONI, Daniele GROSSO / DENERG - Politecnico di Torino, ITALY

Geopolitical Instability in Ukraine and Security of Energy Supply.

T4

The Effects on Natural Gas Supply to Italy under Different Scenarios

PETROLEUM

0511

Christian WAHL, Ernst SCHMAUTZER / Institute of Electrical Power Systems, Graz University of Technology, AUSTRIA

Impact of Global Earthing Systems on the Inductive Influence of Buried Isolated Metallic Pipelines

T5

The Effects on Natural Gas Supply to Italy under Different Scenarios

REGULATIONS / LEGISLATIONS

0805

Borut STRAZISAR / ARAO, Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

Common Radwaste Repository - Do We Need Update in International Law?

T8

0807

Tomaz PLOJ, Ziga ARNSEK / GEN energija  Krsko, SLOVENIA

NPP Krsko 2 Project Management Strategy and Time Schedule Optimization of Legislative Procedure

0808

Samo FURST, Robert BERGANT / GEN energija, Krsko, SLOVENIA

Energy Infrastructure Development Challenges in Slovenia

EDUCATION

0901

Melita LENOSEK KAVCIC, Jurij KURNIK / GEN energija, Krsko, SLOVENIA,

Improving Energy Literacy through E-Communication: The “EWORLD” (Called “ESVET” in Slovene) Web-Page

T9

0902

Mario KLEINDIENST / Institute of Industrial  Management and Innovation Research, Graz, AUSTRIA

Teaching Energy Efficiency Hands On in the Learning Factory

0906

Ivo KLJENAK, Leon CIZELJ, Iztok TISELJ, Borut MAVKO / Reactor Engineering Division, Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana /

Basic vs. Applied Doctoral Theses in Nuclear Engineering: Experience from the Jozef Stefan Institute

Mojca DREVENSEK / CONSENSUS, Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

0913

Marko MATKOVIC, Iztok TISELJ, Ivo KLJENAK, Matjaz LESKOVAR, Bostjan KONCAR, Andrej PROSEK, Leon CIZELJ /

Construction of an Advanced Experimental Test Facility for Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Studies in the Near Wall Region

Reactor Engineering Division, Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

0118

Gazmend PULA / University of Prishtina, REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO

Long-Term Enhancement of the Security Operation of the Kosovo Power System by Applying the Deterministic Method

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