CNR-CME: Energy Supplying For Great Urban Communities

More than 10 million Romanians live in urban areas. A handful of cities gather in rather restricted areas a considerable number of people. Energy Supplying for the residents of large urban areas is becoming increasingly difficult, as their consumption behavior is harder to predict. Chaotic development of big cities already led to difficulties in the supply of electricity for the new districts. And so did the lack of investment in transport infrastructure and distribution which created delays in the development of peripheral areas of the cities.

In addition, the dream of energy independence questions not only the future incomes of the electricity, gas and heat providers, but also the business model of these great companies.

CNR-CME, altogether with Electrica SA and ISPE organize a conference on October 3, where renowned speakers will mark the present challenges for Romania, as well as the future one.

Starting from 10.00:

PhD. Eng. Marian Cernat – Director ANRE
PhD. Eng. Ștefan Cetacli – Executive Manager ELCEN Bucureşti
Gilles Humbert – Executive Manager Dalkia România
PhD. Eng. Mihail Coteanu – Manager, Energetic Systems Division, ISPE SA
PhD. Eng. Mihai Cernei – Manager, Termocom Moldova
Prof. Vladimir Berzan – Manager, Energetics Institute, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Prof. Nicolae Mogoreanu – president, Association of Energy Consumers in Moldova
Prof. Ioan Stratan – Dean, Faculty of Energetics, Technical University of Moldova
PhD. Eng. Sergiu Ciobanu – General Manager ANRE, Republic of Moldova
Camelia Raţă – Executive Manager, OER, “Cities, Energy, Romania” Association

Themes:

1. Energy Supplying For Great Urban Agglomerations
2. Energy Distributing In Urban Areas
3. Modern Solutions for Urban Transportation
4. Using Modern Methods to Assess the Energy Needs (Smart Metering)
5. Smart grid for Urban Energetics

The debate will be moderated by:

PhD. Eng. Ioan Roşca – General Manager ELECTRICA SA
PhD. Eng. Mihai Cernei – General Manager TERMOCOM MOLDOVA
Prof. PhD. Eng. Aureliu Leca – CEO Romanian Association for Energy Efficiency ARPEE
PhD. Eng. Radu Gheorghe – Director, Business Development Division, ROMGAZ SA

Partners
ANRE
ARPEE
OER, “Cities, Energy, Romania” Association
ELCEN Bucureşti
Dalkia Romania
Romgaz SA
Termocom Moldova
Transelectrica SA
Transgaz SA

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  1. ALIMENTARI.Subiect amplu si cu multe tematici anexa.Marile complexe industriale au cam disparut, iar in marile orase, in special in Bucuresti,practic nu mai exista decat putine utilitati productive.Au aparut in schimb multe ansambluri rezidentiale, conectate la vechile retele, iar prin dotarile lor, in special cele legate de climatizare au consumuri deloc neglijabile.Se incearca prin tehnologiile noi aparut la nivelul anilor 2013, o diminuare a consumurilor, in special in domeniul iluminatului casnic si public, senzori pentru evitarea functionarii in gol si altele bine cunoscute.Probabil ca vor aparea solutii pentru alimentarea oraselor satelit,cu o independenta fata de sistemul centralizat, prin surse alternative, valabile si in mediul rural.Problema este legata de pretul de cost al dotarilor de avantgarda, dar cu timpul acesta va scadea.In balanta atarna si pretul cablurilor, al pierderilor energetice pe distante lungi, posturile de transformare
    etc.Problema cea mai dificila este legata de lipsa fondurilor pentru cercetare,investitii noi, atragerea de investitori care sa produca echipamente noi in Romania, fara a afecta pretul de cost al energiei.

  2. mm

    Cine vrea orase independente de retea? Cine poate finanta consumul energetic al unui asemenea oras? Risca marii distribuitori de electricitate sa aiba soarta marilor distribuitori de energie termica – scosi din joc de centralele individuale? Cateva raspunsuri in zona asta ar putea clarifica eventuale planuri de afaceri care sa atraga realmente finantare.
    @scridon radu-lucian: Multumesc pentru comentariu!

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