Smart Power Generation in Romania – first step towards a modern power system

Written by dragos on . Posted in Events

Wednesday, 30th October, took place at the “Martin Bercovici” Amphitheater the event “Smart power Generation in Romania”, organized by ISPE in collaboration with the Finnish company Wärtsilä,

Among the main topics debated we should mention:

  • Profitable investments in an uncertain climate;
  • Combustion engine power plants up to 600 MW;
  • Smart CHP generation – key technical considerations;
  • Flexible and Highly Efficient Power Generation and Grid services;
  • Financing Instruments for Energy Efficiency Projects

The presentations were delivered both by Wärtsilä representatives: Alf Doktar, Area Director; Markus Ehrstrom, Business Development Department, Stefan Nygård, Wärtsilä Development and Financial services, Jan Andersson, Wärtsilä CHP Development and also by ISPE representatives – Ovidiu Apostol, Managing Director, Florin St?nescu, Key Account Management Unit and Irina Grigorovici, Economist, Studies and Project Financing Unit.

The event gathered participants from Candole Partners, Jaspers, ICPE ACTEL, ROMGAZ, Energomontaj, Electrocentrale Bucure?ti –Titan Unit, Electrocentrale Turceni Unit, Termoelectrica – SE Paro?eni.

In conclusion, as total electricity demand and daily load variations increase, conventional power generation alone is not flexible enough. Adding efficient and flexible Smart Power Generation to take care of the challenges is a natural step towards a modern power system.