14-15 November 2023 | Warsaw Marriott Hotel, Warsaw, Poland


Ciprian Glodeanu

Past President
Romanian Photovoltaic Industry Association
Ciprian Glodeanu

Ciprian is currently the Co-Managing Partner of Glodeanu & Partners, a boutique law firm highly specialized in Real Estate, Energy and Infrastructure projects set up in April 2019. Previously, for 13 years he was a Partner of Wolf Theiss Bucharest, an international law firm and coordinated the Real Estate, Infrastructure and Energy practices. His experience includes advising on renewable and conventional energy projects. He is also a frequent speaker at international conferences on renewable and conventional energy and frequently quoted in various industry publications and TV shows. I was awarded with the title of "Energy Lawyer of the Year 2011 in Romania" by AvocatNet.ro, a leading online business publication in Romania.

In 2012, Ciprian founded the Romanian Photovoltaic Industry Association (RPIA) whose purpose is to create a business environment for networking among Romanian and international authorities and also all the other foreign and Romanian companies involved in the PV supply chain. In the same year Ciprian was appointed President of RPIA and was acting as such until October 1st, 2021.

Ciprian was a legal advisor for clients such as: Vestas, Enel GP, Trina Solar, Photon Energy, Bester, Lukoil, Ikea, Obton, R Power, OX2, Renesola, Enery, Contur Global, Claritas and many others.

08 Nov 2022
 - 12:45 CET
  • Romanian market overview - the present, past and future of the market
  • Exploring the potential for EU subsidies to support the Romanian market
  • Addressing challenges to converting land from agriculture to commercial
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