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Future Energy Leaders (FEL) Romania, a youth programme of the Romanian National Committee of the World Energy Council (CNR-CME), celebrates 10 years in business this year and organises today the largest conference of young energy leadership in Romania.
Along with prominent personalities, officials of European and national bodies and top representatives of large energy companies, the spotlight will be on young people, both in terms of the contribution they have and can bring to the energy sector, but also debating to create skills and competencies, as well as by identifying opportunities for the younger generation.
The FEL Awards Gala 2021 is a source of motivation and inspiration for young people in the energy sector by acknowledging their merits and effort. At the same time, organisations and companies that invest in the younger generation and that appreciate the involvement of employees in accomplishing the mission of organisations will be promoted.
According to a FEL press release, the FEL Awards Gala 2021 has 10 categories of awards in which the impact results of the younger generation will be promoted, as follows: Leadership; Young professional of the year; Innovation; Digitisation; Energy efficiency; Sustainable financing; Energy entrepreneurship; CSR; Customer experience; Development .
Iulian Iancu, chairman of the Romanian National Committee of the World Energy Council (CNR-CME) will deliver the opening remarks, and among the speaking guests are Anca Dragu - chair of the Romanian Senate, and Zoltan NAGY - Vice President of the National Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE).
In addition, special guests from the World Energy Council (WEC) and FEL 100 will also participate.
As young people are the stars of the evening, the event dedicates a panel to the younger generation in the energy sector called Youth Energy Forum focusing on how the company/organisation prepares the new generation to play a central role in a greener energy world geared toward decentralisation and digital transformation, and looking into ways to create skills and competences while also discussing and opportunities for those at the beginning of the road.
The next panel, called Alumni Talks, made up of former FEL Romania members who have made the organisation possible so far, will be coordinated by Elena Ratcu, co-founding member of FEL Romania & Adviser of CNR-CME. They will share how the organisation has helped them in their personal and professional development.
The event will continue with a special moment, Alumnisation, in which members of FEL Romania will receive the status of alumni and will end with the actual awarding of nominations worthy of recognition and appreciation, in the Gala Dinner with Awards. Prizes will be awarded here to young people, youth teams and companies or organisations.
Future Energy Leaders Romania (FEL Romania) is a youth program of the Romanian National Committee of the World Energy Council (CNR-CME) and is part of the global network of Future Energy Leaders, developed by the World Energy Council. AGERPRES (RO - author: Nicoleta Gherasi, editor: Andreea Marinescu; EN - author: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu, editor: Cristina Zaharia)
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