Future Energy Leaders Romania is the youth program of the Romanian National Committee of the World Energy Council (CNR-CME) and it is part of the global network of Future Energy Leaders, developed by the World Energy Council.
FEL Romania is a network of young professionals who debate ideas and develop projects. The objectives of the program include the professionalization of young people in energy and the development of the skills needed for the 4th industrial revolution, increasing the degree of employability and increasing the presence of young people in decision-making positions. FEL Romania must be able to be a platform for communication and cooperation between new generations and upgrades of the energy field, cooperation that we consider vital for a good development of the energy sector and for how it interacts with other fields. FEL Romania aims to accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy and reduce the negative impact that energy has on the environment.
Directions of Future Energy Leaders Romania
creation of educational programs with added value for FEL Romania members and the general public.
analysis of energy and related policies at national, European and global level and taking public positions, with recommendations.
developing links with similar FEL organizations & the FEL 100 community.
Members of FEL Romania in the International Community FEL 100:
2015: Emil Macovei
2016: Claudiu Butacu
2017: Andrei Covatariu
2019: Mihai Toader-Pasti
The FEL Romania team:
Board: Chairman: Mihai Toader-Pasti, Members: Claudiu Butacu, Roxana Pigulea
Members: 28 members