After years of robust growth in Romania’s energy sector, businesses are facing major challenges in 2019 mainly because of regulatory changes. Substantial changes were introduced in the sector: a tax of two percent of turnover, gas price capping, among others.
Representatives from Government & regulatory bodies, leading energy corporations and professional organizations meet at Energy in Focus to talk about the first effects the regulatory changes have on local businesses, on investment & business plans, on market structure and on the perspectives of the energy sector in Romania.
Companies and consultants in the energy industry searching for the best ways to adapt to new regulations, understand the current trends, look for the possible answers on new regulations in energy, prepare for future challenges and find possible ways to transform challenges into business opportunities.
· Trend change: Romania has become an electricity importer during the first months of 2019. How Romania could avoid becoming an electricity importer
· How businesses in energy adapt to new regulation changes in 2019
· Waiting for the new wave in renewable energy in Romania: prosumers, solar, wind or other energy sources
· The role of nuclear power in the energy mix: perspectives & needs
· Does the Romanian energy sector still attract investors?
· Trends: Changes in gas/fuel prices businesses and households should expect in the short, medium and long term; Electric cars - threat or business opportunity?
· First effects of business & regulatory changes: Q1 2019 results of energy groups in Romania compared to Q1 2018
· Romania’s offshore gas production threatened by new regulations?