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Dear colleagues,
From 7 to 9 March, Sofia will once again become the meeting point for local and international companies, presenting products and solutions for cleaner energy, greener cities and better quality buildings.
In this newsletter we will present three exhibitors, who offer LED lighting and street lighting management, a software for management of surplus electricity production, as well as a new generation photovoltaics and the "StudyFUN" system for e-learning.
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Energy efficient street, industrial and office lighting
Interview with Mr. Nikolay Dzhabirov – Sales manager at Leader Light Bulgaria Ltd., part of Incotex Electronics Group
Mr. Dzhabirov, could you present in short the products of your company?
Incotex Electronics Group is concerned in designing, manufacturing and sales of electronic products since 1992. The luminaires with the trademark LeaderLight, which we produce, are in three main branches: street, industrial and office LED lighting. The products are developed by the R & D department. We rely primarily on qualities such as long life and high energy efficiency, which are part of the most important advantages of diode lighting. We have over 180 own patents in the field of electronic products. Our production plants have high capacity and are located in Bulgaria and Russia.
Who are your partner companies?
Our partners are lead names in the sector as Osram, Nichia, Cree, Tridonic, Meanwell and etc.
On which markets can your products be found?
We strive to expand the business and find new beneficial partnerships. We have representative offices and a distribution network in over 60 countries around the world such as the UK, Germany, Poland, Dubai, Russia, Nigeria, Kenya and others.
What new products will you present on your stand from 7 to 9 March? 

Read the rest of the interview here.
ElectriQube - software system for management of surplus electricity production
Interview with Mr. Petar Nelkov, Manager of the company Devision, creators of ElectriQube. 
Mr. Nelkov, what necessitated the creation of  ?
We held meetings with electricity traders and learned a lot about their problems. One of them was the high values of non-balances and losses. The opening of the electricity market and respectively the increasing number of electric power producers complicate the problem with the balance of demand and supply. On the other hand, energy traders face the problem of high values and non-balances, which results in losses.
This is exactly what necessitated the development of a solution, a comprehensive software and hardware system for balancing and managing work schedules, as well as for predicting the quantity used by consumers. When no producer has joined the balancing group, the issue of decreasing non-balances becomes even more difficult. One of the options is to add a mechanism for inclusion of additional power, with which to make up for the shortage or surplus. For instance, this could be batteries.
Another problem that the traders shared is the chaos in customer service and the existence of errors in invoice generation. This is exactly why we also developed a customer relationship management module.
Innovative photovoltaic roof panels by Tatung
Interview with Mr. Jaroslav Tauber, Trade Manager of “Tatung - Czech Republic”.
Eng. Tauber, in which areas does Tatung-Czech Republic develop solutions?
Tatung Czech Republic as a branch of Tatung, was established in 2005 in Pilsen, a factory producing LED (LCD) televisions and computer monitors. Thanks to the global strategy of Tatung Group, two years ago it was transformed into a trade business office in Prague (
Our developments are in the field of intelligent solutions (Smart Home, Smart City, Smart Building), and Internet of Things (IoT), as well as solutions for systems of renewable energy sources, because they help reduce harmful gas emissions from electricity production. 
The main strategy of Tatung - Czech Republic is to spread Tatung products and services of the Group in Europe.
Where does the company coordinate its activities? In which countries do you offer your products?
As I pointed out, we started in the Czech Republic and we have spread the company’s activities in Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, and especially Bulgaria, where we created a small branch with a focus on sales of photovoltaic panels. We participate in the national program "Green energy savings" in the Czech Republic and "Green energy for domestic needs" in Slovakia.
The company offers innovative photovoltaic panels. What are their advantages over others on the market?
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