CRE

ROMANIAN ENERGY DAY – 11th EDITION

Repowering the European Energy Sector
A stronger Europe through secure and sustainable energy supplies

Romanian Energy Center

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.

Our Mission

CRE functions as a non-governmental, non-profit and non-political organization that identifies, supports and equally represents the interests of its members.

Objectives

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.

About Us

Romanian Energy Center (CRE) was established in 2011, in Brussels and Bucharest at the same time.

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.

Members

CRE represents both public-owned companies and private companies involved in the energy sector.

News

ROMANIAN ENERGY CENTER ASSOCIATION AT THE PACT FOR SKILLS NETWORKING EVENT

19 July 2022
The representatives of the Romanian Energy Center (CRE) Association participated at the ”Networking Event for Pact for Skills Members”, organized as an online event, by the European Commission (EC), on Tuesday, 31st of May 2022. The Pact for Skills was launched in November 2020 by the European Commission as a shared engagement model for skills development in Europe aiming to maximise the impact of investing in upskilling and reskilling.

ROMANIAN ENERGY CENTER ASSOCIATION PARTICIPATED AT 2nd ECSCI WORKSHOP WITHIN PHOENIX PROJECT

24 May 2022
The representatives of the Romanian Energy Center (CRE) Association participated and contributed at the ”2nd ECSCI Workshop on Critical Infrastructure Protection”, organized Online, by the ECSCI Cluster, on 27th-29th of April 2022. ”PHOENIX” Project – ”Electrical Power System’s Shield against complex incidents and extensive cyber and privacy attacks” took part of this interesting Workshop and participated at the important discussions, within the Session 3 – ”The results of European Union (EU) research on Modern Critical Infrastructure (CI) protection – Part 2”.

ROMANIAN ENERGY CENTER ASSOCIATION IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT EDDIE PROJECT SUCCESSFULLY RECEIVED THE APPROVAL LETTER OF THE MID-TERM REPORT

12 May 2022
The representatives of the Romanian Energy Center (CRE) Association are pleased to announce that EDDIE Project – “EDucation for Digitalization of Energy” has recently received the Approval letter of the Mid-Term Report submitted on 1st March 2022, from the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), with a total score of 80 out of 100. The approval is based on the assessment undertaken by the Agency.

THE ROMANIAN ENERGY CENTER ASSOCIATION PARTICIPATED AT THE CROSSBOW PROJECT FINAL CONFERENCE

20 April 2022
The representatives of the Romanian Energy Center (CRE) Association participated at the Final Conference of the “CROSSBOW” Project – ”CROSS BOrder management of variable renewable energies and storage units enabling a transnational Wholesale market”, on 30th of March 2022. The Event was co-organised by UKIM Partner and ETRA, the Coordinator of CROSSBOW Project, with the support of Energy Communities.

ROMANIAN ENERGY CENTER ASSOCIATION AT THE DIGITAL EDUCATION STAKEHOLDER FORUM

30 November – 2 December

The representatives of the Romanian Energy Center (CRE) Association participated at the ”Digital Education Stakeholder Forum – Making education and training fit for the digital age”, organized online by the European Commission (EC), on Tuesday, 22nd of March 2022.

Press release

Our Activity

In reaching its objectives as the representative of the Romanian energy community in Bruxelles and Bucharest, CRE focuses on:

Lobby

Representing the interests of its members towards the national and European key decision-makers

Strategy

Capitalizing on the political, technical, social and legal expertise of its members

Community

Participating in the co-financed programs run by the European Commission

Value

CRE will advise its members on new actions and incentives of European institutions within the energy sector.

CIPRE 2022 will allow the industry to get back together to share experiences, as well as network and develop connections to collaborate on securing Europe.