At its eleventh edition, Energy Day Brasov is the most important conference in the energy sector. In May 2019, REPOM’s guests are invited to discuss the new “Clean Energy for All Europeans” package, a big step in supporting the European Energy Union.
Since its 1st edition in 2008, ENERGY DAY has sustained a growing interest, both at national and international level. Over the years, the conference led to important developments and transformations of the Romanian energy sector, including lobby for changes of the national legal environment.
In May 17th, Energy Day 2019 will particularly pay attention to the new European regulatory “Clean Energy for All Europeans” package. This edition will debate what the EU-package includes and how could it be adapted from European to Romanian level.
The package represents a major step in achieving the Energy Union, but it depends on other regulations, also in focus:
• The Directive on Electricity Regulation – what does this mean for the Energy Union, the SEE Region and Romania?
• The Directive on Renewable Energy – how is this translated into business for the Renewable Energy Producers in Romania?
• Coal regions in transition
• Trends to reduce CO2 emissions
“We are trying to improve the quality of every participant’s interaction and the general outcome of ENERGY DAY in 2019. This year, general presentations will be featured on Friday, as usual, with specialized debates on specific energy-related issues during four different sessions, trying to develop recommendations that the Romanian Government and Administration might take into consideration” said Martin Moise, Vice President at PATRES (The Association of Renewable Energy Producers in Romania) and managing director of Repom.
Moreover, well-known experts in the energy sector will take part in the conference as invited speakers. The attendees are expected to be Romanian and European investors in the energy sector, local and central government authorities, people in the energy sector and academia, all interested in this topic and motivated to be part of the change.
The participation is free of charge and simultaneously translated in both Romanian and English.