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Carmen Neagu, Transelectrica: The volume of distributed energy increased by 1 per cent at three months

The volume of distributed energy increased by 1 per cent at three months, according to Carmen Neagu, Supervisory Board Member, Transelectrica.

2014-09-30 15:18:23

In this context, the decline of consumption is estimated to have stopped, "a positive trend", said the Transelectrica representative. "I am more optimistic regarding the business opportunities in Romania. In the last three months, the decline in distributed energy and consumption has stopped. The pan-European market may deliver opportunities and subsequent, an increase in consumption. This is something to happen in the near future," Neagu said. According to her, it is important for Romania to be perceived as a partner on a large market.

Currently, Transelectrica plans to expand the network with new lines and increase the export capacity. "We already signed several contracts and, in the meantime, we try to develop a connection in eastern Romania," Neagu said.

The statements has been uttered at today's conference "Energy consumption decline-threat or opportunity", organized by The Diplomat-Bucharest together with partners CEZ Group, EY and organizations ACUE-Energy Utilities Association, AFEER-The Association of Electricity Suppliers in Romania and World Energy Council.

The discussion panel of the first session benefited from keynote invited speakers such as: Razvan Nicolescu, Minister Delegate for Energy to offer the opening speech, Martin Zmelik, CEO CEZ Group in Romania to moderate the discussion panel and speakers: Elena Popescu, General Director of the Energy and Environment Direction within the Ministry of Energy, Carmen Neagu, President CS, Transelectrica, Marian Cernat, Director ANRE, Lucian Palade, Consultant, Ion Lungu, President AFEER, Corneliu Bodea, vice-president Romanian Energy Center

The second panel welcomed:Valeriu Binig, Partner,Ernst& Young, Virgil Musatescu, Professor, Doctor Engineer ,Technical University of Bucharest, Romania, Eric Stab, CEO GDF SUEZ Energy Romania, Cristian Secosan, Member of the Board for Gas & Power, OMV Petrom, Silvia Vlasceanu, Executive Director, ACUE, Danut Nicolae, Public Affairs Director, McGuireWoods Romania.



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