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On 18/10/2012 at Technical Faculty in Pristina was held presentation’’ photovoltaic systems for electricity production ’which was organized by BitFox company in collaboration with the Dean of the faculty of mechanical engineering Professor. Dr. Musli Bajraktari. Also in this presentation was also attended by representatives of the company BitFox from Italy z. Stefano Bittus - President of the Company and Mr. Paolo Pasin - technical director, was also present  director of BitFox in Kosovo Mr. Ramadan Suka.

The opening of this presentation was made ​​by Dean Prof.Dr Musli Bajraktari who welcomed the participants and informed them with the flow of the presentation.Then spoke director Ramadan Suka who thanked all the participants for their participation and thank Prof Dr Musli Bajraktari for work and his help for the realization of this organization.

Then spoke the president of the company BitFox in Italy Mr Stefan Bittus, who spoke of the work and sectors where BitFox is involved, he also told them the reasons for starting the work in Kosovo.At the end of his speech he welcomed all attendees, addressing them in Albanian "Thank you all"

Then  director  Ramadan Suka gave word to BitFox engineer in Kosovo Esat Balaj to begin with the presentation which was prepared for the participants.During the presentation he talked about the company’s history BitFox, renewable energy, photovoltaic systems and finally made ​​the presentation of a project realized in Italy and that the project has brought in precisely in the town of Suva Reka.At the end of the presentation were several questions from the audience, but they also made ​​positive criticism for the realization of this presentation and the way of explanation for photovoltaic systems work.

At the end of the presentation all participants were invited to a cocktail party which was organized by the company BitFox technical faculty facilities.

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