"Perspectives for renewables in Romania and the CESEC region"

Parliament of Romania, Bucharest, 1 April 2019

 

 

EUFORES in cooperation with the Romanian Parliament organized a workshop focused on the perspectives for renewables in Romania and the CESEC region. This workshop was held ahead of the Informal Energy Council.

During this workshop, the RES situation and the Romanian energy strategy was discussed among Members of the European Parliament, government officials, representatives of the European Commission and experts in the field.

Please find the agenda of the event here:

 

Presentations

Martin Moise: "Romania on track for 2030"

Anne-Maria Ide: "The 2030 framework for renewable energy: investment certainty, citizens empowerment, cost effective RES deployment"

Gurbuz Gonul: "Renewable potential in Romania and CESEC and the innovation challenge to move towards a RES based system"

Viorel Alicus: "Support schemes - lessons learned and policy support for the future"

Markus Vrieling: "European Joint Project between Romania and the Netherlands: NERO project"

Julian Popov: "A fair and just transition for South East Europe into a RES based economy"

 

 

 

 

 

 

In cooperation with the Parliament of Romania

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organised in the framework of

 

 

Supported by