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Regional Approach Sofia: Energy goes both ways

15 Sep 2022 @ 12:00 - 16:00

On Thursday, September 15, from 12:00 PM, Energynomics organizes at Rosslyn Central Park Hotel (106, Vitosha Blvd., 1463) in Sofia the third conference in our Regional Approach series in 2022. This B2B in-person conference is an excellent opportunity to interact with the strongest leaders in the business environment in Romania and Bulgaria. This half-day conference is meant to put together Romanian experts and decision-makers from the energy industry, with their peers in the host city, in order to facilitate an exchange of ideas and future business cooperation.


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Against the background of the general objectives of the Regional Approach project – to promote Romanian energy expertise on international markets while presenting opportunities in the local market to potential external partners – we aim to highlight opportunities for the development of energy value chains for the energy transition in the two countries – hydrogen, batteries, photovoltaics, wind, electric cars, etc.


Close geography and similar history make Bulgaria and Romania good candidates for strong cooperation. Also, as part of the European Union, they are already on a common pathway, delineated by the same directives, regulations, and mandatory targets. In addition, there are plenty of mutual interests to develop, and the tools to congregate foreign resources and know-how are quite the same.

Getting in the same place with the companies operating in Romania and Bulgaria is an excellent approach to introducing them to new market opportunities! In many cases, Bulgaria and Romania are working against the same difficulties (old infrastructure, lack of domestic financing, unfinished modernization of the energy markets); that is why solutions that worked in one country might be also the answer to problems in the neighboring one. Welcome to the Regional Approach conference for introducing ourselves to new sets of answers to the day-to-day challenges our businesses are facing!


Romanian energy infrastructure is rather obsolete and it might prove a large work field for multinational players, and also for smaller, family-owned businesses in Europe. Getting to know Romanian companies is one good way of introducing oneself to a new market!


At the same time, Romanian experts and their companies have a lot to share with their counterparts in Europe, as they already do it. Getting to know Romanian companies is one good way of introducing oneself to a new set of solutions!

The conference is recommended by: The Romanian Energy Center – REC, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania – CCIR, Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry – BCCI.

The conference “Regional Approach Sofia – Energy Goes Both Ways” is organized by Energynomics with the support of our partners: ABB România, Electro-Service RB, Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe, Signify.


  • Energy security
  • Renewable energy projects
  • Energy efficiency and prosuming
  • Financing of energy projects
  • Operating businesses across borders
  • Interconnection (electricity and natural gas)
  • Cogeneration / HVAC
  • Automation and IoT – industry 4.0
  • Waste recovery, biogas

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