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WINNERS of Romanian Energy Awards 2015

Yesterday evening, leaders in energy sector have been awarded within the exclusive Gala event of the fourth edition of the Romanian Energy Awards 2015, organized by The Diplomat-Bucharest at Crowne Plaza Hotel Bucharest. The event brought together the Who's Who in the energy and natural resources sector in Romania.

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The event was organized with the support of: gold partners CEZ Group and Veolia, partners Adrem Invest, EnergoBit, EximBank, Vimetco Alro, strategic partners Competition Council, The Association of Electricity Suppliers in Romania (AFEER), Romanian Association for Promoting Energy Efficiency (ARPEE), Romanian National Committee of CIGRE, Association of Companies for Energy Utilities (ACUE), COGEN Romania, Romanian Energy Center – CRE, Transelectrica, World Energy Council. Also, the event benefited from the participation of EY, Nalco Romania, Retrasib and the venue support of Lacerta and Crowne Plaza Hotel.

The event also covered the launching of The Diplomat-Bucharest's yearly report Romanian Energy and Resources Overview 2015, a summing up of the main events, projects, legal and fiscal updates defining the energy sector in Romania at this moment.

Iulian Iancu, Committee for Industries and Services - Chairperson, Chamber of Deputies
Alexandru Valeriu Binig, Partener EY
Mihai Albulescu, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy and SMEs
Elena Popescu, General Director of the Energy and Environment Direction, Ministry of Energy and SMEs
Bogdan Marius Chiritoiu, President of the Romanian Competition Council
Zoltan Nagy-Bege, Member of the Regulatory Board, ANRE
Silvia Vlasceanu, Executive Director of the Association of Energy Utilities (ACUE)
Ciprian Diaconu, Director, Transelectrica
Virgil Musatescu, Professor, Doctor Engineer ,Technical University of Bucharest

The Romanian Energy Awards' 20 categories recognized the outstanding success of firms and individuals in special projects and areas of business as well as overall involvement in the development of the country's business climate. This is a high profile event, attended by most important representatives from the Romanian government, senior figures from Romania's business and civil society and the energy and natural resources sector community at top level.

Energy Deal of the Year: ELECTRICA
Energy Company of the Year: ROMGAZ
Energy Law Firm of the Year: Tuca Zbarcea& Asociatii
Energy Manager of the Year: VICTOR IONESCU, General Director, OPCOM
Energy Initiative of the Year: Asocierea Adrem Invest - E.ON Romania
Energy Excellence Award: DR. GHEORGHE BALA, EXECUTIVE GM,, WEC / RNC
Special Jury Award for Financing the Energy Sector: BERD
Oil and Gas Company of the Year: GRUP SERVICII PETROLIERE
Oil and Gas Project of the Year: ANRM – TRANSGAZ, IASI-UNGHENI pipeline
Electricity Company of the Year: BEPCO
Electricity Project of the Year: ANRE-OPCOM-TRANSELECTRICA, 4m Market Coupling
Renewable Energy Company of the Year: STEAG ENERGIE ROMANIA
Renewable Energy Project of the Year: SORTILEMN- ENERGY SERV
Technology Provider of the Year: ELECTROMAGNETICA
Energy Engineering Firm of the Year: PETROSTAR
Energy Services Company of the Year: ELSACO
Energy Efficiency Program of the Year: Schneider Electric Romania-Carrefour,Energy Efficiency Partnership

Find the full details on nomination methodology, categories and Awards Gala here: http://www.energyawards.ro/.

The Diplomat-Bucharest team conveys their Thank you and appreciation message to all the participants at the event, to the partners and the highly committed jury, also by congratulating the well-deserved winners!

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