RETHINKING THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD THROUGH A SECURED, CLEAN AND EFFICIENT ENERGY
The WEC Central & Eastern Europe Energy Forum, organized every two years, is the most important regional event and exhibition hosted by the Romanian National Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC/RNC). It serves as a reference for energy specialists in Central and Eastern Europe. The Forum is organized under the auspices of the Romanian Government, with the coordination by the World Energy Council and the kind support of the WEC Member Committees (WEC MCs) in Central and Eastern Europe.
KEY TOPICS FOR TECHNICAL PAPER SESSIONS
EXPO FOREN 2022 will be held during the Forum, showcasing how to put in practice the theme: “ENERGY TRANSITION NEEDS REGIONAL COOPERATION”. EXPO FOREN 2024 will present specific initiatives in energy for sustainable development, the latest global developments and technology trends from around the world.
The Exhibition package has been designed to provide the highest level of exposure for organizations wishing to promote their businesses to delegates from over the world. More than 30 Romanian and foreign companies will present new products and technologies, EXPO FOREN 2024 being the meeting point of the professionals in the energy field.
WHY EXHIBIT AT FOREN 2024
The Forum is expected to attract more than 600 well-known and highly appreciated specialists in the energy field from Romania and abroad. The participants will be managers and experts from all the electrical and thermal power production, transport and supply: fuel, oil, gas and coal producers and suppliers, design and research institutes in the energy field, ministries, national, regional and local authorities, national and foreign organizations with commitments and responsibilities in the production, transport and utilization of all kinds of energy and in environmental protection, bankers, trade companies.
This large participation offers an important and unique opportunity to present the achievements and the developments of your company in your field of competence.
Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Power Plants and Equipment, Alternative Sources of Energy, Co-generation, Boilers, Pipes, Valves and Pumps, Oil, Gas and Coal, Industrial Power – Electrical and Auxiliary Equipment, Engineering and Constructions, Nuclear Power Generation, Energy Saving Technology and Equipment, Software and IT Solutions, Renewable Energy, Government Agencies, Finance and Consulting.
Top professionals and key officials of the energy elite: Power Stations & Distribution Grids; Independent Power Producers; Investors and Employees; General Contractors, Engineering and Consulting Companies; Research and Design Institutes; Manufactures and Suppliers of Equipment; Major Industrial Enterprises; Local Administration.
If you wish to reserve a stand at the FOREN exhibition, please download the booking form and send it to one of the e-mail addresses.
With a surface area of 92,043 square miles (238,391 km²), Romania is the largest country in southeastern Europe and the 12th-largest in Europe. The Danube river forms a large part of Romania’s border with Serbia and Bulgaria, is joined by the Prut River, which forms the border with the Republic of Moldova, and flows into the Black Sea on Romanian territory, forming the Danube Delta, the largest delta in Europe, which is a biosphere reserve and World Heritage-listed site due to its biodiversity.
Romania’s capital, Bucharest, is the sixth largest city in the EU. The Romanian Palace of Parliament in Bucharest is the second largest building in the world, next only to the Pentagon in the United States.
Romania has 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These include: the Churches of Moldavia; the Dacian Fortress of the Orastie Mountains; the Historic Centre of Sighisoara; the Monastery of Horezu; the Villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania; the Wooden Churches of Maramures; the Danube Delta.
Timisoara, one of the most beautiful and vibrant Romanian metropolises, was the first mainland European city to be lit by electric street lamps, back in 1884. As per international standards, it was second only to New York City.
In 2018 Romania celebrates 100 years since the Great Unification – in 1918, all the historical provinces inhabited by Romanians get together, within one single country.
Neptun, your host city
Neptun resort is located in the south-eastern tip of Romania, in an area with relatively rich vegetation, 10 km north of Mangalia town and 38 km from Constanta, on the road.
Leisure facilities include an open-air cinema, the Summer Theatre, the Neptun Bazaar, the pier, multi-purpose sports fields, two mini-golf courses, a funfair, water sports facilities and a holiday village. The restaurants offer a rich variety of local cuisine, fish specialities and folklore programmes. There are various water sports opportunities on the sea or on Lake Neptun.
The highlight of the resort is the beach “La Steaguri” considered by some tourists to be the best beach on the coast, with fine sand and a smooth, sandy sea entrance.
The access ways to the resort are:
- by road – on the DN39 (E 87), near Mangalia, turn left on the access road that leads directly to the resort;
- by rail – located on the Constanta-Mangalia line, Neptun and Olimp have a common railway station: Comorova stop (Neptun). It is located between the two resorts and access is easy in both directions. The distance by rail to Mangalia is 7 km and to Constanta 36 km.
Doina resort Center – unique destination for relaxation and comfort – is located in the center of Neptun at approximately 100 m from Neptun train station and 300 m from the sea, in an area that’s safe from commotion.
The comfort conditions offered by Doina resort, the particular marine bioclimate rich in aerosol, the sun baths and the sea water during summer, the courses of treatment, are few of the reasons for spending a vacation in this location, on the Romanian seaside, during any time of year.
The double rooms, single rooms and apartments are endowed with central heating for the cold season and air conditioning for the summer season. Doina Hotel also disposes of rooms for people with disabilities.
The Neptun International Conference Center has 4 halls with different capacities: 2 50-seat halls, 1 hall with 100 seats and 1 room with 300 seats.
The building has various offices, spaces and offices for coffe-break, modern furniture, wardrobe, salon for officials, terraces.
The halls have the following facilities: air conditioning, acoustics and sound system, integrated system for simultaneous translation with 300 headphones, video projectors, mobile screens, internet connection, panoply systems.
The halls have a great deal of mobility in organizing spaces to meet any of the requirements of the beneficiaries.