We thank all executives, analysts and authorities that met with us, without whose precious insights our uniquely tailored studies would not be possible. In particular, we thank our partners:
Polish Committee of the World Energy Council
World Energy Council (WEC), of which Poland is a founding member, was created in 1924 to promote the sustainable supply and use of energy around the globe. The Polish Committee of WEC initially functioned under the Ministry of Industry but starting with 1997 it became a self-governing organization. Today, WEC Poland hosts independent members (industry experts, academia, journalists) as well as institutional members, including the Ministry of Energy and companies that play a key role in the country’s energy security, such as PSE, ENEA, PGE or Orlen.
The Polish Wind Energy Association (PSEW) was established in 1999. Its mission is to create advantageous conditions for investment in wind energy in Poland and to systematically increase the use of wind energy as a clean source of electricity. PSEW members stem from across the value chain, including investors, developers, turbine and component manufacturers, both from Poland and abroad.
RWEA is the main organization in Romania that supports the development of renewable energy, especially wind energy. Its mission is to create favorable conditions for investments in the Romanian wind industry and increase consumption of clean energy for the benefit of all consumers.
EU Business News is a quarterly publication designed to showcase the latest updates and insights from across the European Union. Its audience includes 100, 000 C-level executives and leading decision makers in EU, as well as countries that have free trade with EU.
Global Energy News reaches an audience of over 85,000 business to business readers worldwide, and features news and analysis on the latest deals, appointments, research and developments in the energy sector.
The Energy Policy Group (EPG) is a Bucharest-based non-profit, independent think-tank specializing in energy policy, market analytics and energy strategy. The think-tank was grounded in February 2014. EPG’s regional focus is Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Basin, yet its analyses are informed by wider trends and processes at global and EU levels.
HIM (High Innovative Mind) is a fast-growing Public Affairs consultancy firm set up in 2014, activating on, but not limited to the Energy Sector. Their tailored services include business development and representation, PR & Strategic Communication, events management and professional training.
Endorfilms offers clients the opportunity to present themselves through creative videos, perfectly tailored to this new digital paradigm. In this endeavor, they rely on extensive expertise in visual arts, marketing and technical aspects of video production in both TV broadcasting and online distribution.
FPPG was established in 1999 under Social Dialogue Law 62/2011, on the provisions of the Romanian Constitution and of its own Statute. The organization has consolidated, during its over 25-year existence, strong principles regarding the legislative framework’s predictability and competitiveness applicable in the energy field.
ACUE (Federation of Associations of Energy Utility Companies)
ACUE Federation was constituted in order to represent, support and protect the interests of energy utility companies in relations with the public authorities, trade unions and other legal entities and individuals, both in Romania and internationally. The Federation also focuses its activities on developing and implementing market competition rules.
ROPEPCA (Romanian Petroleum Exploration and Production Companies Association)
ROPEPCA provides a common voice for the onshore upstream sector in Romania. Its mission is to enhance the sector’s relationship with the government, regional and local authorities, national agencies and the general public.
Petroleum Club of Romania is a non-governmental and non-profit association founded in 2001 in order to promote and protect the interests of the Romanian oil and gas industry in relation to other countries. The association also aims to establish an ideal framework for communication for those working in the energy sector who want to cultivate and develop relationships with their colleagues at the highest level.
PATRES (Employers’ Organization of Renewable Energy Sources)
PATRES acts as the voice of energy producers in Romania, across the whole range of renewable energies - solar, wind, hydro and biomass. The organization currently holds 109 members with a total installed capacity of 1800MWh.