Implementing energy efficiency solutions as a key-element for the sustainable development of modern Romania represents an obligation undertaken and implemented by applying the provisions of the 2012/27/EU Directive.
The development of energy efficiency projects in the field of lighting and the means by which modern solutions can help public institutions or private companies streamline costs will be debated by energy experts, government authority representatives and private sector executives at the 2015 edition of the Romanian Lighting Industry Forum.
We are looking forward to meeting you at the most important conference dedicated to present solutions for energy efficiency in lighting, to discuss challenges and opportunities of developing and implementing programmes forsustainamble energy use.
Language: English and Romanian (with simultaneous translation provided)
Registration: Conference participation fee is 149 € + VAT/ person.
The fee includes the participation in the conference sessions, coffee breaks and lunch, as well as the conference proceedings documents.
All registration fees mentioned above exclude 24% Romanian VAT.
Registration conditions: The program and the speakers are subject to change. Should the conference be cancelled due to force majeure, unavailability of the conference venue, speakers being prevented or for other good cause, the organizer reserves the right to cancel the conference. In case of cancellation all participants will be informed promptly. In this case, all registration fees will be reimbursed.
Payment: Payment can be made by bank transfer prior to the event. Please take into consideration the limited seats availability, therefore we recommend that registrations are made prior to the week of the event.
Hotel: Exclusively for you we have got a limited number of rooms available at special rates in the InterContinental Hotel Bucharest. In order to accommodate you together with the other participants, please reserve your room by no later than one week before arrival.
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Inregistrarea participantilor si cafea de bun venit
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Strategii, perspective si politici de iluminat in Romania
Moderator: Dorin Beu – Presedinte, Consiliul National Român pentru Iluminat
Tema prezentare: Eficienta energetica, factor de competitivitate economica
Tema prezentare: Alinierea Romaniei la standardele Uniunii Europene pentru legislatia in domeniul eficientei energetice
Tema prezentare: Dialogul competitiv, o alternativa la licitatiile pentru contractele de eficienta energetica
Tema prezentare: Perspectivele proiectelor de Iluminat Public Rutier in Romania
Tema prezentare: Echilibrul luminii
Tema prezentare: Proiect de modernizare si dezvoltare urbana – eficienta în iluminatul public. Studiu de caz
Tema prezentare: Iluminat pentru viitor - eficienta energetica, reglementari, perspective
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Networking Coffee break
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Obtinerea eficientei si a sustenabilitatii energetice prin solutii de iluminat moderne
Moderator: Adrian Ion - Publisher GOVNET Conferences
Tema prezentare: Shaping the future with Philips Connected Lighting
Tema prezentare: Iluminat Inteligent
Tema prezentare: Tehnologia Senzorilor pentru Iluminat
Tema prezentare: Solutii tehnice si tehnologice cu aplicatii în iluminatul cu LED-uri dezvoltate la Amiras C&L din Târgoviste
Tema prezentare: Masuri active de eficienta energetica. Utilizarea aparatelor de iluminat tehnologie LED si implementarea unui sistem integrat de telemanagement in cadrul sistemului de iluminat public
Tema prezentare: Solutii complete Adrem de eficienta energetica pentru iluminatul municipalitatilor
Tema prezentare: Managementul deseurilor de echipamente de iluminat in România
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Romanian Lighting Industry Forum 2015 - Networking Lunch
Mr. Maricel Popa is State Secretary in the Ministry of Economy, Commerce and Tourism since 2014. Previously he was State Secretery in the Department for Energy between 2013 and 2014.
Mr. Cicerone Stan is director within the National Authority for the Regulation and Monitoring of Public Acquisitions.
Starting June 2014, Bogdan Balaci joined Philips Lighting as the new general manager for South-East Europe. His main objectives are to develop the business strategically and operationally, including strengthening the company's position as the industry leader in innovative lighting solutions. He is based in Romania and has over 15 years’ management experience in the IT market.
Mr. Valentin Littera is the head of the Public Lighting Department within the Bucharest Municipality.
Dorin Beu is the President of Romanian National Lighting Committe (www.cnri.ro) since 2013. He is the manager of Lighting Engineering Laboratory of Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and chief-editor of Ingineria Iluminatului review. Director of Transylvania Chapter of Romanian Green Building Council (www.rogbc.org) and has teach sustainable lighting in Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Greece and Portugal.
Ms. Maierean is a graduate of the Faculty of Power Engineering, University of Politechnics, Bucharest with a strong professional experience in energy efficiency studies, at The Institute for Power Engineering Studies, Bucharest. Maierean has a Doctor’s degree in Civil Engineering, at the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca; thesis: Lighting of the Urban Public Spaces. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of CNRI (Romanian National Committee on Illumination), since 2013 and Vice-president of ARI (Romanian Lighting Association), since 2014.
Mr. Hoffmann is a graduate of the Transilvania University in Brasov, holding an MBA degree in engineering at the same University. He holds the position of Managing Director at Steinel Romania since 1994.
Sorin Boroș is a graduate of the University Petru Maior Targu Mures, Faculty of "Managerial Engineering and Technology". In January 2008, he joined Recolamp as the Logistics Manager and within the Association he has developed a national collection network of over 10.000 collection points that, up to this date, assured the recycling of over 1.800 tones of lighting equipment waste. Sorin is also a memeber of National Organization of Romanian Scouts since 1995 and between 2005 and 2008 he was the President of the organization.
Dr. Eng. Dan Alexandru Croitoru has been the Head of Technical Design at Luxten Lighting Company since 2009
Mr. Dan Alexandru Croitoru graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at University Politehnica Bucharest (1999) and he holds a PhD in Engineering (2006). He designs and approves electrical projects (medium voltage and low voltage) for civil and industrial targets.
Mr. Dan Vatajelu is the President of ARI Romania since March 2014. Mr. Vatajelu graduated from the “Traian Vuia” Institute Timisoara and is also Member of The Romanian National Lighting Commitee since October 2012.
Razvan Todor holds the position of Business Development Manager for Adrem Invest & Adrem Automation. He graduated Transylvania University of Brasov and has earned a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His main objective is to develop the strategic direction of energy efficiency for municipalities.
Drd. Eng. Laurentiu Stancu is Technical Manager at Amiras C&l Impex Srl. He is a graduate of Valahia University in Targoviste and has earned a degree in Computer Sciences.
With main focus on meaningful innovation, we serve professional and consumer markets through three overlapping sectors: Lighting, Healthcare and Consumer Lifestyle. Throughout our portfolio, we demonstrate our innovation capacity by translating customer insights into meaningful technology and applications that improve the quality of people’s lives. We’ve been in the lighting business for over 100 years but if someone told us in 1891 that one day light would be controlled from the palm of our hand, we wouldn’t have been surprised. That’s because we’re always looking to tomorrow to understand how light will improve and influence our lives in the future.
Adrem Automation entered the automation market in 1999 as a new division of the company Adrem Invest, under the name of SCADA & Automation Division. After a recent process of transformation Adrem Automation became an independent company being part of the newly created ABBC Group BV, continuing its business activity developed in over 15 years’ experience. We provide complete advanced engineering services and solutions in energy efficiency, following six business lines: Decrease in technical and commercial losses; Intelligent and predictable energy consumption; Efficiency through process optimization; Efficient and sustainable production; Information, transparency and social involvement; Operation Safety.
Adrem Invest is a company that provides integrated services in electricity, natural gas and energy from renewable sources fields. Since August 2014, Adrem Invest is part of the newly created ABBC Group BV and provides a national coverage through its services, having a team of more than 850 employees and 30 operational centers.
Adrem Invest offers efficient and intelligent lighting solutions, according to the specific needs of the municipality which may include energy audit, technical and financial consultancy, operational and project management, design, execution and maintenance of the lighting infrastructure or modernization or expansion of public lighting networks in not covered urban or rural areas. Through all the services we provide, Adrem Invest aims at reducing the consumption of electricity and eliminating waste, in order to increase energy efficiency and the competitiveness of our customers’ projects.
It was back in 1959 that Heinrich Wolfgang Steinel founded the STEINEL company in Herzebrock-Clarholz. Since then, STEINEL has consistently evolved from pioneer to technology and innovation leader in the sensor-controlled lighting. Innovative and intelligent products of world renown are created at the company's own development centers in Germany, the Czech Republic and Switzerland. All products are manufactured by company-owned factories in Germany, Switzerland, Romania and Moldova. Made in Europe is STEINEL's formula for success.
Today, products and solutions are available under the STEINEL PROFESSIONAL brand for lighting professional around the world.
Schréder is an international lighting group, specialized in outdoor lighting made up of 48 companies on 5 continents. Having an experience over 100 years and more than 2,600 employees, the group founded in Belgium acquired know-how and technical expertise for a wide range of products to become a market leader.
Schréder’s mission it is to provide cost-effective lighting solutions for safe, comfortable and sustainable environments. Every year, 6% of Schréder’s turnover is invested in research and development to remain one step ahead with innovative solutions in technology, photometry and design. A lighting revolution is now underway and Schréder offers the LED Generation, a generation of luminaires that is innovative, intelligent and responsible for all its sectors of activity: road, urban and tunnel lighting as well as the illumination of buildings and monuments.
The Schréder Owlet Nightshift is a remote control system for monitoring, metering and managing a lighting network. This control system avoids over-lighting and a waste of energy enabling cities to reduce their energy bills.
Schréder is present in Romania since 1998, as Energobit Schréder Lighting. Schréder’s success in Romania is built locally, with a 100% local team integrated in a global network.
AMIRAS C&L Impex SRL, based in Targoviste - a city with a tradition in lighting technique, is one of the Romanian manufacturers of lighting systems and electronic controlling devices. The production activity is completed by the supply of integrated management solutions for street lighting systems, with more than 70,000 street lighting fixtures in Romania.
Combining its research and development activity with the company's experience in lighting, starting 2013 AMIRAS C&L Impex introduced on the Romanian market the LED systems produced locally. AMIRAS currently owns one of the most modern production lines for manufacturing and testing LED lighting products. "AMIRAS" stands for quality and energy efficiency in lighting technology.
The Regulatory Authority for Energy ANRE is an autonomous administrative authority with legal personality, with the responsability of developing, approving and monitoring the application of the national mandatory regulations necessary for the functioning of the energy sector - electricity, heating and natural gas, ensuring efficiency, competition, transparency and consumer protection.
CNRI - Romanian National Lighting Committee is the national committee of International Commission on Lighting. CNRI aim is to promote lighting, support cooperation and exchange of information The committee is involved in longlife learning programs and since 2013 has introduced a new profession - lighting specialist. CNRI was founded in 1957.
The Romanian Association for Lighting (ARI) is a private legal entity, independent, apolitical, non-governmental, non-profit. A.R.I. is a nationally representative structure in the field of professional lighting, uniting entities active in the lighting industry in Romania.
Recolamp Association commits to take over from the lamp producers in Romania their responsibility regarding the management of waste generated by the products delivered on the market and also to create a background to recycle it in safety conditions for the environment and for human health.
In order to decrease pollution, Recolamp association commits to carry its activity efficiently and responsibly towards the environment. Moreover, all its efforts of envisage the collection and the recycling in compliance with the regulations of the European legislation, by making people aware of the necessity to adopt a friendly behavior towards the environment.
ROFMA (Romanian Association of Facility Management) is a non-profit professional association that aims to bring together all the specialists in property and facility management to create a unified vision aligned to the European level and to give support to educational, informational and legal members.
WEC-RNC is a founding member of the World Energy Council, from 1924. WEC-RNC mission is to promote the sustainable supply and use of energy for the benefit of all. WEC-RNC members are: important national companies, trade companies, energy producers, suppliers and distributors, national electricity and heat regulatory authorities; non-working organizations, decisions makers; governmental agenties, energy users, research and development institutes, universities etc
The Romanian Association of Municipalities (AMR), previously named the Romanian Federation of Municipalities (FMR), was set up in 1990 by 30 founding associate members (municipalities) as an organization dedicated to local authorities support and representation. The Romanian Association of Municipalities includes presently 103 municipalities and the six districts of Bucharest Municipality - 109 members (all cities with the status of “municipiu” in Romania).
The Romanian Green Building Council is a non-profit, non-political association encouraging the market, educational, and legislative conditions necessary to promote high performance construction that is both sustainable and profitable. The RoGBC is an inclusive organization recognizing the important involvement of a wide array of companies and organizations including: Real Estate Developers, Investors, Banks and other Financial Services, Facilities Managers, Construction Manufacturers, Expertise and Technology providers, Professional Firms (Architects, Engineers, Consultants, Lawyers, Etc.), Academia, and NGOs, among other stakeholders.
The Romanian Association for Promotion of Energy Efficiency (ARPEE) is a legal entity that has as a purpose to promote, develop and sustain the activities in the field of energy efficiency in Romania. As founding members ARPEE has nine Romanian private legal entities: ABB, Alstom Power, Dalkia, Elcomex, EnergoBit, GDF Suez Energy, Lafarge, Petrom, PwC.
The Romanian Lighting Industry Forum 2015 will be organized at the InterContinental Hotel in Bucharest.
InterContinental Bucharest is a five star hotel that provides a highclass background for conferences, receptions and other types of events. Located right in the center of Bucharest, it is within walking distance from the Old City – Bucurestiul Vechi. The main subway station and the central bus station are just across the street. There are also taxi ranks directly in front of the hotel.
Special accommodation rates and hotel reservation
Summit participants benefit from special accommodation rates. Please send your accommodation requests directly to:
Mrs. Simona Sercan – Senior Convention Sales Manager
Fill in the hotel reservation form attached to benefit fom the special delegate rates at the Intercontinental Hotel.
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