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Romanian Energy Awards 2018 - Celebrating Excellence

The Diplomat - Bucharest celebrated the winners of 17 assigned categories for both conventional and renewable energy, within a prestigious event continuing the annual tradition of acknowledgment of performance and exceptional accomplishments in the Romanian energy.

2018-05-25 10:58:04

The seventh edition of the Romanian Energy Awards took place on May 24, at Bucharest′s JW Marriott Hotel, bringing together the who′s who in the energy and natural resources sector in Romania.
The Awards Gala organized by The Diplomat - Bucharest is an elite event and platform to recognize, reward and celebrate the success of the most prominent firms acting in the energy and natural resources field in Romania.

Based on rigorously-researched information and a judging panel formed of prominent names in business, government and academic society, the event established itself as a must-attend in the Romanian energy events calendar.

The event enjoyed the presence of partners, such as ACUE, AFEER, CEZ Group, CRE, E&Y, Intrarom, Romgaz, Tinmar, Transelectrica, Domeniile Samburesti, Zarea.

The best managers, practices and projects were awarded within 17 categories by the judging panel, formed of:
- Iulian Tudorache, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy
- Zoltan Nagy, VicePresident, ANRE
- Valeriu Binig, Partner, E&Y
- Bogdan Chiritoiu, President, Romanian Competition Council
- Corina Popescu, former State Secretary in the Ministry of Energy
- Radu Dudau, Director, Energy Policy Group

Here are the winners of the seventh edition of the Romanian Energy Awards, organized by The Diplomat-Bucharest:

DEAL OF THE YEAR - ELECTRICA
ENERGY PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR - Mariana Gheorghe, former CEO of OMV Petrom
ENERGY MANAGER OF THE YEAR - Sorinel Boza, CE Oltenia
OIL AND GAS COMPANY OF THE YEAR - BLACK SEA OIL & GAS SRL
OIL AND GAS PROJECT OF THE YEAR - ROMGAZ
CUSTOMER-CENTRIC ENERGY COMPANY OF THE YEAR - TINMAR
ENERGY COMPANY OF THE YEAR - NUCLEARELECTRICA
AWARD FOR INNOVATION IN ENERGY - ROTTCO
TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER OF THE YEAR - RINGHEL TEAM
ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAM OF THE YEAR - LISSCOM BRASOV
BEST DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM OF THE YEAR - E.ON FLASH by E.ON
INDUSTRY-UNIVERSITY COLLABORATION INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR - ABB
BRAND OF THE YEAR IN ENERGY - CEZ GROUP IN ROMANIA
ENERGY SECTOR FINANCING AWARD - BCR and EBRD for financing the waste lubricant oils recycling plant of Green Oil and Lubes
EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT - PROF. DR. ENG. NICOLAE GOLOVANOV, THE FACULTY OF POWER ENGINEERING, POLITEHNICA UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST
ASSOCIATION/NGO OF THE YEAR - ROMANIAN ENERGY CENTER (CRE)
JURY SPECIAL AWARD - EFdeN



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