Romania Energy Center (ROEC) and the Institute of Energy for South East Europe (IENE) are joining forces once again to convene a one-day event to examine current topics of the region’s energy agenda. Our central theme – energy policies currently pursued in the South East Europe and the changes in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion in Ukraine. We shall examine the European policy response (REPowerEU, NZIA, CRMA) as well as the efforts the EU is making in cutting edge technologies (hydrogen, SMRs). Join us for the discussion on Wednesday, March 13, at the premises of the EC Representation in Bucharest.
Bucharest - March 13, 2024
Romania Energy Center (ROEC) and the Institute of Energy for South East Europe (IENE) invite you to a half-day conference on Energy transition in South East Europe: Policy and Investment Challenges. Worldwide, a Great Transition is underway, a complex process that is as much about efficiency, electricity and heat, clean transport, green cities or smart buildings, as it is about RES or EV deployment, coal phase out, and new nuclear projects. How is the SEE region performing in this regard? Join us for the discussion on Wednesday, October 16, at the premises of the EC Representation in Bucharest. Free participation.
Bucharest - October 16, 2019
Romania Energy Center (ROEC) in partnership with the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE) has the pleasure to invite you to the 3rd event in the ROEC Bucharest Talks series, featuring John Roberts – the best energy security specialist in the United Kingdom. With a professional career spanning 5 decades, John Roberts is a household name for anyone working in the field of energy geopolitics. The event will be hosted by the Bucharest Academy of Economic Sciences (ASE), on March 12, 2019.
Bucharest - March 12, 2019
Romania Energy Center (ROEC) in partnership with the “Up to Us” association and Hans Seidel Foundation invite you join us for a debate about district heating in Bucharest and the situation of the city’s heat distribution company – RADET. The company has filed for bankruptcy in 2016 and has been run by a court appointed administrator (Rominsolv) ever since. In fact, both ELCEN (the Bucharest heat producer) and RADET (the heat distributor in Bucharest) are in bankruptcy procedures. To solve the problem, the Bucharest Municipality wanted to transfer the business of both companies (ELCEN and RADET) to a new company created from scratch – Bucharest Energy Municipal Company (Compania Municipală Energetica București). However, the Bucharest Tribunal has annulled the municipality’s decision to found Compania Municipală Energetica București in 2018. Our debate aims to generate a constructive discussion about the current state of affairs and actions necessary to restore district heating in Bucharest to proper functioning. The event will take place at Hotel Novotel in Bucharest on March 12, 2019, starting with 2 pm.
Bucharest - February 19, 2019
Romania Energy Center (ROEC) is an official supporter of PETEC 2018. The Power & Energy Tech Exhibition and Conference organized by Industry Media Vector, under the patronage of Romania’s Energy Ministry, in partnership with ANRE and ANRM, will take place at the JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel on November 7 and 8, 2017. Dedicated to vision 2030, the one day and a half conference will bring together senior government officials, companies, analysts, operators, technology and service providers to discuss the latest in Romanian and regional energy. The event will provide a specialized platform for meeting fellow energy experts, excellent networking opportunities, a chance to engage with the right clients, partners, or investors, boost your company visibility and/or interact with great speakers. Confirmed speakers include Romania’s Energy Minister Anton Anton and State Secretary Iulian-Robert Tudorache who is also the Chairman of the Energy Charter Conference.
Bucharest - November 7-8, 2018
Romania Energy Center (ROEC) is a partner to the 3rd Central European Day of Energy (CEDE), organized by Central Europe Energy Partners CEEP and the European Commission. The event will take place in Brussels, at the European Commission headquarters, Berlaymont Building, Schuman Room, on Monday, November 5, 2018, with the participation of Maroš Sefčovič, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of the Energy Union, Jerzy Buzek, Member of the European Parliament, Chairman of ITRE Committee and other high-level EU officials. CEDE 2018 will focus on cross-border energy cooperation in Central Europe. It will consist of an opening session and two debate panels. The high-level conference aims to bring together more than 100 stakeholders from the European Institutions, national administrations, energy and energy-intensive companies, academics, experts and journalists from EU – 11, in order to provide an exchange forum between participants and to consolidate a regional energy platform.
Brussels - November 5, 2018