Young Energy Professional – 2018 energynomics Awards nominations

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We continue to present the 2018 nominations for the energynomics.ro Awards, with the Young Energy Professional category. Only one of the projects below will be rewarded during the Gala from December 5th, but young energy specialist nominated deserve our respect and the widest promotion. We thank all the companies and personalities involved in this effort to draw the image of the Romanian energy industry in 2018 through its achievements!

Andreea Ioana Ilie – SIER

For intensive activity in the energy field, in the academic environment, but also within the corporate, domestic and abroad.

In 2018, she participated in the scientific communication sessions on the project “Proposal for moving a power station under a park”, where she occupied the 3rd position. In addition, she was part of the examination committee, as secretary, at the communications session 02-07 (Design, operation and maintenance of electrical installations and power stations). She participated in the Eurel International Management Cup 2018, where she took second place at the national stage.

Andrei Stoian – CE Oltenia

Andrei Stoian, Head of Division in CEO Oltenia, has obtained international certification in Continuous Improvement. Graduate diplomas and certification exams are recognized internationally by the LSSIAP – Lean Six Sigma International Association of Professionals.

Constantin Ion Cosmin – SIER

For the activity carried out in the field of energy in 2018, both within SIER Bucharest Youth and at work (ABB Romania).

In 2018, he participated as a coordinator at the Conferences Career in the Energy Industry. He coordinated logistics in two of the events (Bucharest and Constanta). The events have been a great success among young people who have participated in large numbers to interact with the invited companies.

Laura-Andreea Marin and Andreea Obreja – OMV Petrom

For the development of innovative solutions and the successful delivery of enhanced services through the “IoT (Internet of Things) Technologies for Digital Oilfield” project with applicability in OMV Petrom Upstream, for monitoring and control of O&G wells.

Laura-Andreea Marin and Andreea Obreja presented the project in an internal innovation contest inside the company, called 20for2020, where they won the prize for “Best Idea”. They conducted the project by adopting the Design Thinking methodology, the first project in the company which used this methodology. The prototype was done in a Design Thinking Incubator, set up from scratch. The candidates identified business need and decided on the prototype, installed an in house laboratory and tested two IoT technologies (Narrow Band and LoRa); they conducted their first experiment, with a 87% positive response rate and the first field test in Romania with NB IoT: 97% success rate on monitoring and controlling the well remotely.

Mihai Toader-Pasti – FEL CNR-CME

For representing Romania at the most important international solar competition for 3 times, as co-founder and CEO of EFdeN. Mihai is co-founder of energiaTa, president of FEL Romania, co-chair of Eisenhower Fellowships Young Leaders (global organization), graduate of the Aspen Young Professionals program and Global Shaper program at the World Economic Forum. Strong supporter of green energy and innovative solutions, Mihai also considers the social and economic impact. He is certified as Green Building Professional and Passive House Tradesperson by Passivhaus Institut (PHI) Darmstadt Germany.

EFdeN is the team of young Romanians who designed and built 2 of the most sustainable and innovative solar houses in the world: 100% electric, with over 100 companies involved, and 3 universities: Construction, Polytechnics, Architecture. energiaTa is a project co-founded by Mihai in 2015, aiming to make prosumers a reality in Romania, by promoting changes in the primary law; and succeeded. In parallel, he is in charge of developing the local organization of Future Energy Leaders, part of the World Energy Council.

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