EURO-Construction Awards 2015 Romania

A total of 69 companies and 11 major institutional organizations in the field were awarded at the awarding ceremony of the Construction Market Awards & Installations Construction EURO 2015 (EURO trophy -Constructii and / or Diploma of Excellence). The event was the second edition and was held at Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest on 25 May 2015.

The jury was provided by members of the editorial magazine Agenda Building, representative selection and classification societies being achieved at the notoriety, transparency, results financial, investment projects undertaken etc. were highlighted achievements of companies in the construction of energy efficient (sustainable), represented by the development of new products (such as suppliers), execution of buildings (entrepreneurs and companies of execution), development (architecture, design, consulting, financing, etc.) and organizational sector (associations, employers, institutions etc.). The event - part of the EURO-Construction Conference 2015 (Fourth Edition) - was an optimal opportunity to reward excellence in business national companies operating in the construction and installation at the event over 360 guests attending.

Prizes are awarded annually EURO-construction firms were grouped into the following sections: - DEVELOPMENT & BUSINESS - INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY - SUSTAINABILITY AND CSR - RELIABLE BRANDS.

Construction Awards EURO-2014 A total of 29 companies and 7 organizations in the fields of institutional construction and installation were awarded the trophy EURO-construction award in the first edition of these awards.

Awards Gala held on May 19, 2014 in the hall of the Radisson Blu Hotel Atlas - Bucharest, as part of the International Conference on Sustainable Construction and Energy Efficiency EURO-construction. The event was organized by Building magazine Agenda, to show the over 300 guests attending. "We survived together attempts in recent years, and now we are preparing, all together, for a new growth cycle. Although the market is currently governed by diverging interests, editorial & Window Manufacturing Agenda will try to provide permanent new milestones. We intend to highlight the achievements of companies in energy-efficient construction (sustainable) - represented by new product development (supplied), buildings (entrepreneurs & companies of execution ), development (architecture, design, financing, etc.), in the context of sustainable development, environmental protection, building certification and actions of social responsibility is central to our concerns journalism. We pay attention to communication quality, is directly interested to encourage transparency the transmission of data and information that have useful content, "said Ovidiu Stefanescu, Senior Editor of the journal Agenda-Building.

The 29 trophies were awarded seven prizes for promoting innovative solutions in sustainable construction and special contribution brought to the development construction and installation market in Romania: SYSTEMS masonry, insulation & FINISHES: Carpatcement Holding Henkel Romania Romania BASF Ceramica SA - Iasi Xella Ro Saint-Gobain Construction Products Romania - Rigips Business Unit Fabryo Corporation Baumit Romania Com Kingspan Rockwool Romania Velux Romania HVAC SYSTEMS & plumbing: Siemens - Building Technologies Division Grundfos Pumps Romania Daikin Airconditioning Central Europe - Romania Romania Vaillant Group Robert Bosch - Heat Engineering Department Teraplast SA ELECTRICAL & AUTOMATION: Schneider Electric Romania Eaton Electric SYSTEMS & STRUCTURES HALE: Lindab Romania Ruukki Romania EQUIPMENT AND EQUIPMENT: Schindler Romania Romania Hilti ENTREPRENEURS & DEVELOPERS: Strabag Romania Bog'Art Skanska Romania AFI Europe Romania ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN: Epstein Architecture & Engineering Institute for Studies and Power Engineering (ISPE) ORGANIZATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS Association of Manufacturers and Importers of Romania wool (APIVMR) Construction Materials Manufacturers Association of Romania (APMCR) Buildings Energy Auditors Association (AAEC) Romania Green Building Council (RoGBC) Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce - Econet platform Habitat for Humanity Romania .

Information on www.euroconferinte.ro .
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Romanian Energy Awards 2015 - winners

The Diplomat magazine from Romania organized the fourth edition of the Romanian Energy Awards 2015 at Crowne Plaza Hotel Bucharest in May.

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.

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.

FINALISTS ROMANIAN ENERGY AWARDS 2015
Energy Deal of the Year - ELECTRICA
Energy Company of the Year - ROMGAZ
Energy Financing Award - BANCA COMERCIALA ROMANA
Energy Law Firm of the Year - Tuca Zbarcea & Asociatii
Energy Manager of the Year - VICTOR IONESCU, General Director, OPCOM
Energy Initiative of the Year - Partnership Adrem Invest - E.ON Romania
Energy Manager of the Year - NICULAE HAVRILET, PRESIDENT, ANRE
Energy Excellence Award - DR. GHEORGHE BALA, EXECUTIVE GM, WEC / RNC
Special Jury Award - UNIVERSITATEA TEHNICA CLUJ NAPOCA

Special Jury Award for Financing in 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 can read on : http://www.energyawards.ro/.

Source : www.thediplomat.ro
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Energy Fair 2015 Montenegro

 23 - 27 September 2015 at the Adriatic Fair in Budva, Montenegro.

Guided by the knowledge about global energy deficit, importance of increasing conscience about rational use of energy, energy efficiency and energy savings measures, Adriatic Fair Budva organizes the 3th International Energy Fair.

Energy Fair is an opportunity for companies, state and academic institutions, professional associations and individuals who operate in the field of research, development, production, transfer, distribution and rationalization of energy use to present new technologies and achievements.

The Fair plaƞorm is a place which gathers companies operating in the following areas:
- Renewable energy sources: biomass, wind energy, water, sun, aero- hydro- and geothermal energy
- Convential sources of energy: oil, gas, coal
- Energy management: distribution and supply
- Efficient use of energy: energy – efficient production processes and construction, lighting, electric and hybrid vehicles
- Researches, development, financing, innovation, service etc.

Fair event puts special emphasis on the energy efficiency, alternative and renewable energy sources as well as electric energy transfer. With promotion of new products and technologies, the fair platform can point out advantages and quality of modern solutions in building construction and equipping.

More info on http://www.adriafair.co.me/index.php/en/exhibitions/energy-fair.html

Frimu Ghinea
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Sustainable and competitive hotels through energy innovation - neZEH 2015

International conference  "Sustainable and competitive hotels through energy innovation - neZEH 2015" from 24 June 2015 is organized in the framework of the European project neZEH (nearly Zero Energy Hotels), cofunded by the European commission, and gathering a consortium of 10 partners from 7 European countries, and among them the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Network of European Regions for a Competitive and Sustainable Tourism (NECSTour).

The nearly Zero Energy Hotels 2015 conference -neZEH 2015- will offer a unique forum for attendees from the tourism and hotel sector, sustainable buildings and energy efficiency professionals, EU policy makers, representatives from national, regional and local authorities, as well as other interested stakeholders in order to actively exchange, share and challenge the opportunities of energy innovation through nearly zero energy strategies, as a means to enhance sustainability and competitiveness in the hotel sector.

This international conference will take place as part of the Innovative City Convention 2015. The language will be English and French with simultaneous translation.

The neZEH conference is open to professionals and to the public. This event is free to attend upon registration, while registered participants will also have free access to the Innovative City features.
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EURO-Construction (fourth edition) and EURO-Window (seventh edition) Bucharest, Romania

International Conference on Sustainable Construction and Energy Efficiency EURO-Construction (fourth edition) and the International Conference on Systems Joinery and EURO-window curtain walling (seventh edition), events that will take place Monday, May 25 2015 at the Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest.

 
CONFERENCE PROGRAM -
Monday, May 25, 2015 (8.00 - 18.00)

8:00 Registration of participants; welcome coffee
Plenary Conferences & Construction EURO EURO-Window (Atlas Hall)

9:00 to 11:00
Plenary Conference EURO EURO Construction & Window
Opening works - Elena Icleanu, editor, magazine Building Agenda
Building national market - current and perspective - Representative of Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration - MDRAP
What to ask buildings in the future? - Arch. Serban TIGANASI, Architects of Romania - OAR
Analysis of the construction market in Central and Eastern Europe (residential and nonresidential) - Alexandra Pestova, consultant, Interconnection Consulting Group, Austria
Reflections from Glass - Doğukan Yel, Product Responsibler, Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş.
Mineral wool - a sustainable solution for energy efficiency in buildings - Cristian CIUCASU, representative of Association of Manufacturers and Importers of Romania wool - APIVMR
Tools for improving energy efficiency in buildings - Serban DANCIU, Buildings Performance Institute Europe - BPIE
AGC Glass Europe new HQ, green building BREEAM Excellent (case study) - Dragos Matei, AGC Flat Glass
Green homes - a tool for greener buildings and better quality
Cristian CIUCASU, Director, Policy Working Group Representative Romania Green Building Council, RoGBC

Coffee break
11:00 - 11.30

EURO-Construction Conference (Atlas Hall I)
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

European Energy Union: an ambitious program? - Eng. Claudiu Georgescu, president, Association of Producers of Materials for Construction - APMCR
The importance of details and correct methods of investigation in a building's energy expertise - Prof. dr. Ing. Emilia-Cerna Mladin President, Association of Energy Auditors - AAEC
Design and sustainability for buildings: 3M film for solar protection and security - Valeriu rose, 3M Romania
Passive House standard for educational buildings: schools and kindergartens liabilities
Arch. Noran Petre, Certified Passive House Designer
German experience in the field of sustainable construction - Roxana Clodnitchi, Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce
Cluj Innovation Park - BREEAM Sustainable Community: Challenges and Opportunities
Alexandra Stoica, D.A.S. Engineering group
Rhinoceros - Complete solution for architectural design - Mircea Lungu, Technical Engineer, ROMSYM DATA
Challenges of sustainable construction. Case Study: Resource Center Boldesti-Scaieni community - Mario Demezzo, national director, Habitat for Humanity Romania

Conference EURO-window (room Atlas II)
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. productivity. How to use the resources available to create real value - Raoul Stefan Iovan, Klaes Romania
Market Analysis windows and doors in Central and Eastern Europe: current trends and forecasts in the short and medium - Alexandra Pestova, consultant, Interconnection Consulting Group, Austria
SYNEGO - All our experience in 80 mm - Adin TABACU & Dan Costa Rehau Polymer
Innovations and trends in technology for windows, facades, glass and hardware Dipl.-Ing. Roland Fischer, IFT Rosenheim, Germany
WinArhi - a real help for manufacturer and dealer - Vladimir PETA, Dualsoft
Market opportunities and prospects for carpentry and facades - Ovidiu-Victor STEFANESCU, senior editor, the magazine Window
Roto Patio Fold - Premium hardware systems sliding harmonic-wide - Cristian ILAS, Roto Romania

Business Lunch
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Plenary Conferences EURO EURO Construction & Window
2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The risks and problems faced by the construction sector
Laurentiu Plosceanu, President, Romanian Association of Construction Entrepreneurs - ARACO
Romania - economic perspective ("ROMANIA - Euphoric Past, Challenging Recovery Prospects")
Florian Libocor chief economist, BRD - Groupe Societe Generale
Managing Health & Safety on construction sites - it`s all about leadership
Richard BURLEIGH, President, Skanska Construction Romania
Finance companies through capital market: opportunities and advantages
Ileana BOTEZ, Communications and Marketing BSE - BSE
Modifications of interest in the new Tax Code
Gabriel BIRIS, Biris Goran scrounge

Coffee break
4:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Civil Engineering Market Awards 2015
Joinery and Facades Market Awards 2015
4:15 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.

Networking
5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

More info on http://www.euroconferinte.ro/EURO-Constructii/
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Renewable NRG Systems introduces SymphoniePRO

Renewable NRG Systems (RNRG), a designer and manufacturer of decision support tools for the global renewable energy industry, has launched today a new data logger that is specifically engineered to improve the performance of wind and solar measurement campaigns.
Building on RNRG’s well-known Symphonie series of user-friendly loggers, the SymphoniePRO logger brings significant upgrades in terms of capability and flexibility.

“This is the data logger our wind and solar energy customers have been asking for,” said Michael Fisher, product manager. “It’s powerful, versatile, and as always, it comes with the great support and ease-of-use expected from a Symphonie logger.”

SymphoniePRO is a low-power, industrial-grade data logging system that is specifically designed for conducting resource assessments for the renewable energy industry. Each of the 26 channels’ statistical values are calculated from continuous 1-second data samples and averaged over a user-selectable interval (10-minute default). Collected data are stored efficiently as binary *.RLD files on internal Flash memory with a redundant copy on an external SD card, if installed.

Data are communicated and the system is powered via Symphonie iPackGPS communications devices, which only require a firmware upgrade for compatibility with the new data logger. In addition to SMTP email data delivery, SymphoniePRO allows remote, real-time connection capability over RNRG’s MetLink protocol for tasks like automated or manual data download, firmware upgrades, live data viewing, or configuration changes.

Also included is the SymphoniePRO Desktop Application, a new PC software package used to process raw data files as well as configure and communicate with the SymphoniePRO logger and iPack. SymphoniePRO Desktop Application keeps track of site data and produces versatile tab-delimited text files (ASCII) compatible with industry-leading software. Additionally, the software allows the user to view “live” data, apply firmware updates to loggers and iPacks, and preview data files in time series format.

SymphoniePRO is backed by RNRG’s two-year warranty and lifetime technical support.
Learn more about SymphoniePRO at www.renewablenrgsystems.com/symphoniepro.
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A new law on renewable energy in Romania

Romanian Parliament approved by a large majority "Law for the approval of measures in the field of electricity production from renewable energy sources". The normative act, initiated by the Ministry of Energy, Small and Medium Enterprises and Business, seeks further application without discrimination of Law no. 220/2008 for establishing the system for promoting energy from renewable sources, as amended and supplemented, renewable power plants over 125 MW, as well as harmonizing the national legislation with the provisions of the guidelines on State aid for environmental protection and energy for 2014-2020 (2014 / C200 / 1).
According to the law, and completion of GEO no. 88/2011, electricity producers and traders which were not issued individual decisions authorization from the European Commission, within 24 months from the date of accreditation, for reasons beyond their re-accreditation may require temporary ANRE to benefit from the number of green certificates provided under article 6, par. (2) of Law no. 220/2008. New temporary accreditation is valid until issuing the approval from the European Commission.

The law also allows the adjustment, following a decision of ANRE, the possible negative differences between the number of green certificates received and the number of green certificates granted, in accordance with the individual decision of the European Commission. Enforcement mechanism for trading involves issuance of additional green certificates for electricity producers and businesses which are shown to need reconciliation, within 24 months from the date of issue of the Commission's decision.

The Order introduces a new article that the documentation required individual notification of the measure to support the European Commission will be made only by the operators who develop plants producing electricity from renewable sources, the installed capacity exceeds 250 MW.

In order to ensure smooth market for green certificates, electricity producers and suppliers will be required to purchase green certificates quarterly corresponding annual quota and make purchases with the same periodicity of reporting.

Another measure that supports renewable energy producers with installed capacity of less than 500kW / center is to establish a state aid scheme regulated prices, in compliance with the European Commission in the field.

For producers with installed capacity of between 0.5mW and 3 MW, as most producers from renewable sources will be possible to conclude bilateral contracts of sale / purchase energy directly negotiated.

A new aspect introduced - at the express request of the European Commission, refers to the opening of the support scheme for electricity from renewable energy sources by imports from other Member States. Also, the EC request was denied promotion system through green certificates to apply for electricity produced from renewable sources sold at negative rates.
The amounts collected due to the application of penalties for offenses resulting from non-compliance provided by law will be a primary source of financing for energy efficiency fund for reducing the effects of climate change.

Support for producers of electricity

"We want a more fluid power market by establishing clear rules and simplify procedures for granting aid. We want to work in the field to sit on solid, accurate and - above all - sustainable. Adoption of the law supports the producers of electricity from renewable sources and was expected by them as a real breath of oxygen. Many operators, manufacturers and suppliers of electricity from renewable sources were, for example, in the situation of their temporary credentials expire, and this would have a significant adverse impact on their financial situation and certificates market would be destabilized Green. The new law protects against such situations. The fact that the normative act allows for small, bilateral contracts of sale / purchase directly negotiated brings another advantage, since small amounts of electricity proved difficult traded on centralized markets involving additional costs ", the Andrei Gere said Minister of Energy, SME and Business.

source; Curierul National
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