Electric Mobility – making the difference (EBC, March 1st)
01 Mar 2017 @ 09:00 - 13:00
Wednesday, March 1st, from 9 am at Cesianu Racoviţă Palace in Bucharest, energynomics.ro invites you to another informal Energy Breakfast Club meeting, dedicated to experts and decision makers in the energy industry: Electric Mobility – making the difference. One of the objectives outlined in the European documents is halving the conventionally fuelled car use in urban transportation by 2030 and phase them out in cities by 2050. The most promising alternative solution is the electric vehicle. For a significant improvment a strong involvment from both central and local authorities is a must, in order to stimulate the implementation of technological and financial solutions proposed by the private sector. [formularEveniment] a
Event recommended by the Regulatory Authority for Energy – ANRE.
Energy Breakfast Club is organised by energynomics.ro with the support of our partners: ABB, BMWi, Phoenix Contact. Media partner: Radio România Actualităţi.
Ştefan Roşeanu, General Manager of the Association for Metropolitan Mobility (AMM)
Alexandru Şeremet, BMW Communication Manager
BMW i3 remains the only electric model with ISO certification of its CO2 emissions footprint throughout the life of the car – from production to recycling, the CO2 footprint is by up to 50% lower compared with conventional vehicles of comparable sizes and performances. Dana Popescu will come up with details about the success of this project and the financing offer – BMW Financial Service.
Cătălin Marius Lepinzean, Business Development Manager Phoenix Contact
Cătălin Marius Lepinzean is an engineer, graduate of the Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications. He began his career in radio-communications at Radiocom. In 2009, he joined the Phoenix Contact tream as product manager, and since 2015 he holds the position of Business Development Manager.a
Csaba Kopatz, Business Development Manager ABB România
We will invite over 50 experts from the energy sector, mainly representatives of Romania’s most active companies in the filed, as well as representatives of relevant professional associations.
We will discuss the impact of support schemes put in place by the Environment Fund Authority and the prospects of developing infrastructure for electric cars. Join Energy Breakfast Club to discover the updates on how the companies use public support and the challenges which experts have already identified at the beginning of this long road.
- What do the local authorities do for stimulating electric mobilty? Examples of good practice in Romania.
- What are the perspectives of implementing more electric vehicle filling stations
- What is the current range of choice of electric vehicles and what financial solutions are the best?
- Impact to the grid: solutions or risks? How can the regulatory bodies improve the situation?
Among the invited organisations there are ABB, Adrem Invest, Alstom România, Bartec, Belectric, Bester, Cabur Energy, CEZ Distributie, E.ON Romania, Eaton, Electrica, Elsaco Electronica, Emerson, Enel România, Energobit Group, General Electric, Kapsch, Luxten Lighting, Renault, Renovatio, Schneider Electric Romania, Siemens SRL, Toyota.
Access to Energy Breakfast Club is open to all professionals in the Romanian energy industry and related sectors, based on the nominal confirmation from energynomics.ro. You are welcomed to write us at office [at] energynomics.ro 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 20 minutes and are intended to be starting points for a dynamic exchange of ideas and perspectives.
The club closes at 13.