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We release the 32nd issue of the Energynomics Magazine!

30 September 2021

The 32nd edition of Energynomics Magazine will be released on September 30th and it will be fully and freely accessible like all the previous editions.


184 pages of interviews, analysis and opinions, fully bilingual are now available for all interested in the present situation of the Romanian energy industry. The printed edition will also be available in the next weeks and we will make sure it will reach, as it has been doing since December 2013, professionals in the energy industry in Romania, the managers of the most active companies and officials from regulatory authorities with responsibilities in the energy sector.

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For them, we address the most topical issues, from the perspectives of investments programmed in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, to the measures that will be discussed at COP26, from “Fit for 55”, to automation and digitization as solutions for optimizing industrial business, from decarbonization strategies, to the projects of large companies active in Romania and to the new wave of investments in renewables.

Some ideas

Zoltan Nagy-Bege, VicePresident of the National Regulatory Authority for Energy – ANRE talks about the liberalization of the energy markets in Romania and insists on the necessity of “the elimination of regulated prices and any interventions in the functioning of the wholesale and retail markets, except for financial and non-financial aids granted to vulnerable consumers”. “The competitive market needs time to work properly and to show us all the beneficial effects of a free market, in this time any intervention from authorities is not being indicated”, said Zoltan Nagy-Bege.

The UK, together with Italy, will host an event many expect to be a renewed chance for the world to get runaway climate change under control – the 2021 United Nations climate change conference COP26. H.E. Mr. Andrew Noble, the Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Romania presents some of the topics to be addressed at COP26 and their expected impact.

Interim assignments of boards and management teams of state-owned companies do not seem to end soon and this is clearly detrimental to these companies, as it is to shareholders, the state budget and the country’s economy, highlights Johan Meyer, CEO Franklin Templeton Bucharest & Portfolio manager, Fondul Proprietatea. “There are companies that can be listed on the BVB relatively quickly because they are all prepared both operationally and financially and this is the case of Hidroelectrica.”

Decision-makers, experts and managers are also featured in the new edition of Energynomics Magazine. Among them: Radu Raț, Managing director Axpo Energy Romania, Cristian Athanasovici, Business Development Manager la Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe, Radu Magdin, Global analyst and consultant, Adrian Borotea, Executive Vice-President of the Romanian Wind Energy Association – RWEA, Alan Woods, Director Strategy and Business Development for Rolls-Royce’s SMR business, Denisa Diaconu, energy policy analyst and project manager at Energy Policy Group.

We maintain an integrated approach on the entire industry, with four distinct sections for each large sector – electricity, oil and gas, renewables, thermo – and a section of general interest.

All previous issues are available in electronic format HERE.

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