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Energy liberalization – opportunities and risk-protection at Energy Breakfast Club
June 24, 2015 @ 09:00 - 13:00Gratuit
Marian Cernat, director in NARE (National Regulatory Authority for Energy) will open the day with a presentation the future perspectives from the Authority ob how the price liberalization process will continue, especially with respect to ita impact, the preparations and the response the supply and distribution companies came with.
Mirela Dima, CEO CEZ Vânzare va susţine o prezentare cu titlul “Beneficii şi recomandări pentru un contract avantajos de furnizare a energiei electrice”. CEZ Vânzare furnizează energie electrică în majoritatea judeţelor ţării către mai bine de 1,4 milioane de clienţi. Dintre aceştia, peste 72.000 sunt clienţi eligibili. Prezentarea se va referi la cadrul legal, dar şi aspecte practice legate de schimarea furnizorului de electricitate, cu referire inclusiv la clauzele care impun atenţie suplimentară la momentul negocierii noului contract.
Fabrizio Carboni, SEE Energy Practice Leader SAS Inc., will brief you on the solutions at hand for modernization and for increased performance in the power sector, with an accent on the newest solutions for data monitoring, transmission and management in the power distribution sector. Here there are some questions that will receive proper answers: Energy liberalization – What it means? How do we see it in the economical and investment environment – Smart metering/grid projects? What are the risks? What to do? Why do this optimization considering the Smart Grid projects?
Around 90 professionals in the energy sector will participate the event, among them representatives of the largest distribution companies, as well as representatives from major communication and data management companies in Romania. There will be also be present representatives from profesional associations in the field, as well as high profile officials from the relevant regulatory agencies (NAMR, ANRE, Minister for Environment).
The electricity supply market crosses a period of maximum effervescence, with price liberalization and gradual opening of access to a large number of potential customers for new players, which threaten the positions of traditional leaders. There are increasingly more companies that have started to communicate more insistently the advantages of changing the supplier, in an effort combining education with specific offers.
These are only the first signs of a real revolution in the supply market, which will change entirely, in the years to come, the entire electricity market.
- What are the chances that energy prices will decline following liberalization process?
- What types of new services could be necessary in the new context?
- What are the needed changes / updates in the legislative and regulatory framework so that the liberalization of energy prices go on without significant incidents?
- What are the risks arising in the cotnext of an inevitable information gap between players in the market?
Come and find out at Energy Breakfast Club!
Among the invited companies there are ABB, AB Energy Romania, Adrem Invest, ATH Energ, CEZ Romania SA, Emerson Ridge Tools, Enel, EON, Flash Group, GdF, Romelectro, Slow Energy Europe, SGS Romania, Electrica, Schneider Electric, Energobit, Servelect, ISPE, GE Energy, Kapsch, Siemens.
Access to Energy Breakfast Club is open to all professionals in the Romanian energy industry and related sectors, based on the call of energynomics.ro. You are welcomed to write us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for an invitation!
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, energynomics.ro 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 45 minutes and are intended to be starting points for a dynamic exchange of ideas and perspectives.
The club closes at 13.