Since September 2016, we have become full corporate members of World Energy Council (part of Romanian Energy Comittee), founded in London, UK at 11th July 1924, “to promote the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all people”.

In first meeting MOC representatives have mentioned the huge potential of offshore wind energy that Romanian, Black Sea coast offers, which is currently unused. Romania has a wind-power potential of around 14,000 MW, and a energy-generating capacity of 23 terawatt-hours. The country’s wind power capacity that can be assimilated by the national transport grid is between 3,000 MW and 9,000 MW. The Dobruja region, which consists of Constanta and Tulcea counties, has the second-highest wind potential in Europe.