Milos Kostic, owner and director of the company MT-KOMEX, graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Belgrade, specializing in process engineering. Initially, Milos worked as a research associate on projects at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Over a three-year period, he gained exceptional expertise in energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy sources (RES) projects within the Network for Energy Efficiency in Serbia, focusing on measuring and calculating energy losses.

From 2003 to 2009, Milos served as a welding technologist and manager at MT-KOMEX in Belgrade. In 2009, he became involved with renewable energy sources when he started working as the deputy regional manager for the EBRD's WEBSEFF program. Subsequently, he worked as a coordinator on programs with KfW and GGF creditors, focusing on energy efficiency lines, where he was responsible for verification and detailed energy audits for dozens of companies. In 2011, he conceived the idea to develop the first solar power plant in Serbia.

The power plant was constructed in Kladovo and has been successfully operating since 2013.

Since 2017, Milos has been involved in the development of electromobility in Serbia, and in 2021, he founded the spin-off company Charge&GO. This company launched the first digital platform and application for charging electric vehicles with regional coverage and its own network of fast and ultra-fast chargers. Milos invested in a network of 64 fast and ultra-fast chargers in Serbia, with plans to expand the system to the region, reaching a total of 220 charging stations by 2025.

Milan Lončar, Serbia   AMSS CMV

For over ten years, he has held the position of chief engineer at the Motor Vehicles Center of the AMSS.

He is a graduate mechanical engineer specializing in motor vehicles. He began his career in vehicle testing at the Traffic Safety Center at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Kragujevac. He continued the same duties at the AMSS Motor Vehicles Center.

Over the past decade, he has dedicated significant attention to individuals with disabilities through vehicle adaptations according to the degree of disability. Currently, he is in the third year of his doctoral studies in traffic safety.

He is the author of dozens of papers presented at domestic and international conferences. In recent years, he has been monitoring the development of electric vehicles through projects of the Traffic Safety Agency.

Saša Sovilj, Serbia


Saša is a graduate mechanical engineer with over fifteen years of experience in the maintenance field. Currently holding the position of Technical Operations Manager at NELT, he is responsible for maintaining a fleet of over 1000 vehicles of all categories, ranging from small passenger vehicles to trucks. This fleet is one of the largest in the private sector. Saša is actively involved in the implementation of electric vehicles within the fleet.

In addition to overseeing the vehicle fleet, Saša is also responsible for waste management at NELT. He plays a crucial role in implementing ISO 14001 and is the project leader for increasing the recycling percentage, working towards the ultimate goal of achieving Zero Waste.

Vladimir Živanović, Serbia

Turist organization of Zlatibor

In 2012, he completed his master's studies at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade, in the study program Electronic Business and Management Systems, earning the title Master Engineer of Organizational Sciences. He further complemented his education in 2013 at the IT Academy in Belgrade, specializing in the Android Development Program and obtaining the title of Certified Android Application Developer.

Since 2010, he has been employed at the Tourist Organization of Zlatibor as an Independent Associate for Sports Tourism. Since August 22, 2016, he has been performing the duties of the Acting Director of the Tourist Organization of Zlatibor.

Dr med sci. Dejan Spiroski, Serbia

Rehabilitation Center Dedinje

Employed at the Institute for Rehabilitation since 2007, he is a member of the European Society of Cardiology, the European Society of Hypertension, the Association of Cardiologists of Serbia, and the Medical Chamber of Serbia. He serves as the Chief Coordinator within the institution and Deputy Chief Coordinator for Serbia. He completed the IV EUROSPIRE studies for primary and secondary prevention.

He was the chief and responsible editor for the translation of "The 21st Edition of the Cecil Textbook of Medicine" index. He is one of the authors and lecturers in the continuous medical education program at the Medical Faculty in Niš.

He served as the President of the Working Group for Prevention and Rehabilitation at the Association of Cardiologists of Serbia (2017-2019). He is the author of five papers from the SCI or SSCI list and has expertise in the field of cardiopulmonary functional diagnostics.

He is a permanent member of the Cardiology Section's presidium within the Serbian Medical Society.

His expertise is notably broad in the area of the impact of pollution on the cardiovascular system.


Public Relations Advisor


Marija Jeremić from Zlatibor, a graduate economist, is an expert in the field of public relations and marketing. She has extensive experience as a program host for cultural events and as an organizer of official protocols.




Nevena Đukić is known to the public as the editor of the Energy Portal, a leading specialized online media and print magazine. Less known is that the Energy Portal is an integral part of the Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development (CEEFOR), which primarily provides engineering services. Nevena Đukić is the general director of CEEFOR, leading a team of engineers, and is also active in the company MT Komex, which belongs to the same family group. Nevena is also an English language professor and a testament that with hard work, strong support, and a smile as her trademark, anything is possible.

As the general director and owner of CEEFOR d.o.o., she oversees daily business operations, develops strategic plans, and implements growth strategies. She improves revenue, maintains client relationships, and attracts new business opportunities. Additionally, she creates and manages budgets. Nevena is responsible for hiring employees, supervising and evaluating their performance and productivity, ensuring sustainability, and achieving business goals.

As a journalist and editor-in-chief of the Energy Portal (EP), she has gained extensive knowledge on environmental protection, renewable energy sources (RES), sustainable development, and energy efficiency in industry, transportation, and construction (EE). She is also interested in presenting these environmentally friendly concepts to the citizens of Serbia and the region.