The Romanian Energy Center (CRE) is a non-governmental and non-profit organization that represents the interests of state-owned and private companies operating on the Romanian energy market towards national and European institutions.
The Romanian Energy Center contributes to European decision-making with the aim of encouraging and promoting investments in low-carbon technologies and support the transition to a decarbonized energy system.
CRE functions as a non-governmental, non-profit and non-political organization that identifies, supports and equally represents the interests of its members.
The main objective of CRE is to promote the active participation of Romanian state-owned and private energy companies in European partnerships, in co-financed projects and, more importantly, in the European decision-making process. CRE advocates for the interests of the Romanian energy sector.
Romanian Energy Center (CRE) was established in 2011, in Brussels and Bucharest at the same time.
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CRE Association took part at the kick-off metting of the new European Project called PHOENIX
CRE Association took part at the kick-off metting of the new European Project called TRINITY
In reaching its objectives as the representative of the Romanian energy community in Bruxelles and Bucharest, CRE focuses on:
Representing the interests of its members towards the national and European key decision-makers
Capitalizing on the political, technical, social and legal expertise of its members
Participating in the co-financed programs run by the European Commission
CRE will advise its members on new actions and incentives of European institutions within the energy sector.