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MAKO CIGRE and Technical Faculty - Bitola, as part of the events for celebrating 20 years of establishing MAKO CIGRE, organized the panel discussion “Distributed generation in Republic of Macedonia - current situation and perspectives”.
The panel discussion took place on 6 November 2014 at the Technical Faculty of Bitola.
Moderator of the discussion was Professor Nikolče Acevski from the Technical Faculty – Bitola. Keynote speakers were distinguished experts from Macedonia:
Keynote speakers presented a short overview of their experiences and expectations regarding the technical, regulative and economic aspects of the implementation of distributed generation in Republic of Macedonia. Following the introductory part was the discussion with the audience.
Following the introduction, the audience may participate with their remarks and questions for the key note speakers..
The panel discussion was attended by MAKO CIGRE members, representatives of the industry and various institutions, and TFB staff and students .
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