Renewable Energy in Romania - Opportunities and Challenges of the Clean Energy Package

Chamber of Deputies of Romania, Bucharest, 22 March 2018

 

In cooperation with the Committee for Industries and Services of the Chamber of Deputies of Romania, EUFORES held a parliamentary workshop to debate the current issues discussed in the European Parliament regarding the Clean Energy Package as well as the specific situation in Romania.

Members of the European as well as the Romanian Parliament came together with government officials, representatives of the European Commission and experts in the field to share information regarding the implementation of renewable energies and energy efficiency policies in Romania, challenges towards a low carbon and energy efficient economy and to provide an outlook towards the European Union's 2020 targets and beyond.

For more details, please find the agenda here.

 

Presentations

Nagy-Bege, Zoltan: "The renewable energy outlook of Romania"

Brückmann, Robert: "Status quo and opportunities for Romanian RES policies"

Popescu, Corina: "Necessary steps for renewables integration in the Romanian energy policies"

Moise, Martin: "Bringing a European perspective to the Romanian energy market: Renewables and energy efficiency as a strategy for jobs, growth and social inclusion"

 

 

 

The workshop is organised within the project of Renewables Networking Platform. Please find more information here

Organised in cooperation with the Chamber of Deputies of Romania and the Committee for Industries and Services of the Chamber of Deputies

 

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