Energy Breakfast Club – 6 editions in 2014

About the event

Energy Breakfast Club is a meeting of 2 to 3 hours where energy specialists have the opportunity to keep themselves up to date with the latest information and the most influential views on one the hot topics of the moment.

As a host, will provide – from 09.00 AM – the MC and the coffee, will propose the theme and will launch the invitations for the speakers. They are selected accordingly with their best knowledge of the topic and are responsible for organizing ideas and stimulating intellectual challenges. Presentations will not exceed 20 minutes and are intended to be starting points for a dynamic exchange of ideas and perspectives.



Access to Energy Breakfast Club is open to all professionals in the Romanian energy industry and related sectors, based on the call of You are welcomed to write us at and ask for an invitation!

The club closes at 12.

2014 – Privatization in Energy (February)

We still need a functional energy strategy and restructuring the market for more competitiveness. Without strategy and restructuring, privatizations are more difficult and bring up unpredictable results.

These are the conclusions of the first meeting in Energy Breakfast Club (EBc), an event that brought together at the Cesianu-Racoviţă Palace over 40 experts from the energy industry and related sectors, all interested in the privatizations announced for 2014.

Safety and Quality in Energy (April)

Energy Breakfast Club brought together on Wednesday, April 16, about 50 energy professionals interested and directly involved in the HSEQ activities.

There attended the presentations and participated in the afterwards discussions representatives of companies such as: AB Energy, Adrem Invest, Aggreko, Confind, Elcen (Electrocentrale București), Emerson, Hunt Oil, ISPH (Institutul de Studii și Proiectări Hidroenergetice), Kapsch, Makita Romania, Gaspeco, Teb Energy Business SA, Terratest Geotehnic, TUV Rheinland Romania, UTI group, BPIE Romania, ICPE ACTEL, Gewiss Romania, Ridgewood Advisors.

Romanian Black Sea Energy (June)

The event brought together on June 11 about 50 energy specialists in consulting, law and finance that have changed opinions and cards at Hotel Vega, in Mamaia. Representatives of Aggreko, Agility Logistics, Alconex, Ambasada Federatiei Ruse, Atlas Copco Romania, CEC Bank, CEC Bank, Certification International Romania, Chevron Romania Exploration and Production, CMS Cameron McKenna, Emerson SRL – Ridge Tool Division, Eneria, Eolenvest, Flash Lighting Services, Garanti Bank, Liebherr Romania, Marine OffShore Consultans, Marsh Romania, Mazars Romania SRL, OMV Petrom, Ridgewood Advisors, Serban & Musneci, SGS Romania, SIVECO, Sterling Resources (Midia Resources SRL), Suszi Industrial, WSB Service SRL attended the presentations and participated in discussions.

Financing new businesses in Romanian energy industry (July 23)

Over 50 energy specialists in consulting, law and finance analizyed at Energy Breakfast Club what are the best opportunities for financing energy development in Romania. The turbulent regulatory climate and volatile sectorial policies, as well as the economic crisis drastically select the projects which end up being funded.

Representatives of Adrem Invest, Agility Logistics, BCR, Rottco Consult, SGS România, Star Asset Management, Tylo (Swedish Business Club), Slow Energy Europe, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Mazars Romania, DSV Solutions Romania, Explore Asset Management, George Butunoiu, ICAP Romania, Intelen, InterAviation charter, Iveco, New Energo Biosistem, Next Energy, Promod, CMS Cameron McKenna, Consus Romania, Serban & Musneci, Tradeville, UTI Grup, UPB, CNR-CME, IRE (Institutul Român al Energiei) and Russian Embassy attended the presentations and participated in discussions.

Energy solutions at hand (September 24)

Once again, the conference room of the Cesianu Racoviţă Palace became too small for the large number of energy experts interested in the topics and guest speakers proposed at a new meeting in the Energy Breakfast Club series. Over 50 energy specialists in consulting, law and finance analizyed for more than 3 hours energy solutions for industry, construction and trade, combating friendly on sometimes divergent perspectives.

Representatives of AB Energy România, Aggreko, Apa Nova, BCR, Brands International, CMS Cameron McKenna, Dalkia România, Deloitte, DSV, Eco Solution, Ecoalternativ, Electrica Furnizare SA, Emerson Ridge Tools, Enel Energie SA, Energobit Group, Eolenvest, Ernst & Young, Expert Petroleum, Falcon Electronics, Flash Lighting Services, GDF Suez Energy România, Intelen, InterAviation Charter, Mazars România SRL, RET Utilaje Bucharest, Ridgewood Advisors, Romelectro, RVR Energy, Schneider Electric România, SGS România, Sixt New Kopel, Slow Energy Europe, Smart Energy Group, Transelectrica, TUV Rheinland România, UTI Grup, Watt Plus, ACUE (Federația Patronală a Asociațiilor Companiilor de Utilități din Energie), Ambasada SUA, CNR-CME, Consiliul Concurenței, Universitatea Politehnică București, WU Executive Academy attended the presentations and participated in discussions.

From MegaWattHour to NegaWattHour (November 5)

At the event, Dalkia has announced the integration of its activities in Romania within Veolia Energy brand and proposed a comprehensive package of services designed to increase energy efficiency for buildings in Romania. Company officials presented the Partenerg program and brought various types of actions they propose for the owners and managers of buildings (office, industrial, residential).

Dialogue was opened by Professor Aureliu Leca, executive director of the ARPEE, who presented the legal framework and Action Plan for buildings, and an analysis of thermal rehabilitation measures currently applied.â

Veolia Energy officials exposed the NegaWattHour concept, which translates into a three levels proposal from the clients: heat consumption