Romanian Member Committee

Comitetul National Roman al Consiliului Mondial al Energiei


The WEC Romanian National Committee is a non- governmental organisation and a founding member of the World Energy Council. It is also a strategic partner in Romania’s sustainable energy development programme. WEC Romania offers useful and topical information for all forms of energy (coal, oil, gas, nuclear, hydro and renewable); has a steady communication strategy with its members, keeping them abreast with the latest energy policies;  represents the interests of its members within the meetings and events organised by WEC; and contributes to decision making at  worldwide level, with Romanian representatives in all of WEC’s Study Groups.

Chair: Iulian Iancu

Mr Iulian Iancu has been Chairman of the Romanian National Committee of the World Energy Council since 2004. He is the chairman of the Industry Commission within the Romanian Parliament, after having previously been Secretary of State within the Ministry of Economy and Trade between 2000-2004. Mr Iulian Iancu was Deputy Director General with Romanian Natural Gas Authority (ROMGAZ Medias) during 1999-2000, after having been nominated in several decision-making positions within the same company from 1985 until 1998. He graduated from the Institute of Oil and Gas in 1985 with doctorates in oil & gas and economics. He has authored over 30 scientific papers in the energy field nationally and abroad. During 2001-2004 he coordinated the drafting of the ”Romanian Energy Strategy – 2025,” for the best utilisation of renewables and energy efficiency in Romania.

Secretary: Stefan Gheorghe

Mr Stefan Gheorghe became Executive Director General of Romanian Member Committee of World Energy Council in December 2017.
Mr Stefan Gheorghe holds a Ph.D. in electroenergetics from the "Politehnica" University of Bucharest (1994) and an MBA with the OPEN University Business School – UK (2004).
Mr Stefan Gheorghe has over thirty years of experience in the Romanian energy sector, in various positions of execution and top management of transmission, distribution, supply and generation of electricity.
He also worked in various study boards and international working groups as a representative of the Romanian electricity distribution sector, as a member of CIGRE and EURELECTRIC, currently as a member of the largest world organization of electrical and electronics engineers, IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (USA).
Mr Gheorghe has a teaching career as Associate Professor in two Romanian Universities: “Valahia” University of Targoviste, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and "Politehnica" University of Bucharest at the Faculty of Power Engineering.
He has also published nearly 100 scientific papers in the country and abroad, books, university courses and international energy reports.

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