Romania’s candidate for ACER gets six-year tenure

Romania’s proposed candidate for the Board of Administration of the European Agency for Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) Razvan Eugen Nicolescu has obtained a six-year tenure, collecting the larger number of votes cast on December 9, 2009, in Brussels, by the EU member states, according to a release of the Romanian Ministry of Economy.

The distribution of the other seats among the member states was done, depending on the number of votes obtained, as following: the candidate from Italy obtained a six-year tenure, the same as the one from Poland, the German candidate obtained a four-year tenure and the French one a four- year tenure. Razvan Eugen Nicolescu is aged 32, he was Romania’s attaché to the EU on energy issues, currently working as Corporate Public Affairs with Petrom oil company.

ACER was set up via the package regarding the domestic market of electric power and natural gas, published by the European Commission back in September 2007 and adopted by the European Parliament and the European Council in the middle of 2009, with this structure representing an independent mechanism of cooperation between the national regulatory authorities in the field of energy.

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