Business Trip to Romania: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Standard and Heritage Buildings

AHK Romania is organizing a business trip during 11th – 15th September 2023. The initiative comes from the Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Action, with the aim of supporting the German providers of clean energy solutions to expand outwards. The program includes AHK briefing on the target markets, companies’ presentations during a conference and individual meetings and talks with the potential local partners.

At the conference, the German companies have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their offer to a large audience, comprising representatives of the cities, municipalities and communities, operators of power and thermal power plants, industrial companies, energy service companies, associations, representatives of energy suppliers and grid operators, property developers, architects, planning and engineering offices, energy consultants, installers, and maintenance companies, press and other multipliers.

German companies whose business focuses on the following products, technologies and services are warmly invited to take part:

  • Energy supply systems and components (solar thermal, building-integrated PV, bioenergy and geothermal)
  • Suppliers of solutions for the use of biomass in private and public buildings (pellet stoves and boilers, process heat, heat transfer and transport)
  • Manufacturers of PV modules, also in combination with storage systems
  • Heat pumps
  • Cooling, ventilation and air-conditioning technology
  • Building technology (façade, floor and ceiling insulation, windows and doors, sun protection) etc.

There is a lot of business potential in the field of warming, cooling and ventilation technologies. Romania is a very attractive market for boilers, although the market is dependent on the real estate and construction sectors. In the refrigeration sector, the food industry in particular depends on energy-efficient solutions. The great demand for refrigeration in the industry (meat & diary, pharma, etc.), as well as the strong competition, can make this industry an interesting customer for German suppliers of energy-efficient refrigeration technology. There are also sales opportunities for the technology designed for thermal power plants and cogeneration plants.

The development of smart metering in the energy sector is a national priority and is being observed as the first step in the digitization of the infrastructure.

To ensure energy consumption, installed capacity will increase by about 35% in 2030 compared to 2020 as new wind and solar capacity is installed, therefore there are high chances for growth for the renewables.

Private households, public institutions and companies from various sectors aim to transform their buildings in line with the energy transition, mostly based on thermal insulation. They all need guidance and support through advanced technology.

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