Ioan Dan Gheorghiu
Chairman & CEO - Institute for Studies and Power Engineering
Mr. Ioan Dan Gheorghiu was appointed Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chief Executive Ocer of the Institute for Studies and Power Engineering (ISPE) in 1992, after 6 years of coordinating the engineering activity as Technical Director.
Mr. Ioan Dan Gheorghiu was appointed Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Studies and Power Engineering (ISPE) in 1992, after 6 years of coordinating the engineering activity as Technical Director. He joined ISPE immediately after graduating from the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest – Energetic Faculty – Power Section (1969).
Mr. Gheorghiu holds a “Magna cum Laude” Ph. D. (Eng) with the topic “Management and financial engineering in the energy field” and is Associate Professor at Oradea – Polytechnic University – Energetic Faculty. Mr. Gheorghiu is active in various professional societies in international affairs, and has published scientific works and different articles and participated in UNECE workshops – Sustainable Energy Division; World Energy Council – WEC Congresses; CIGRE – International Major Overhead Transmission Lines Conference; Power-Gen Conferences; Regional Energy Forums; Polytechnic University of Bucharest workshops.
Mr. Ioan Dan Gheorghiu is a leading voice in the Romanian energy development strategies and has assumed opinions regarding all issues in the fields of power, oil, and gas. He is a member of several professional bodies and employers’ associations:
CONCORDIA – Romanian Oil, Gas, and Energy National Confederation, President;
FPEN – Romanian Power Industry Employers Federation, president;
WEC-RNC – World Energy Council, the Romanian National Committee, founder member and vice-chairman;
APER – Romanian Power Policies Associations, founder member;
FREM – Romanian Foundation for Power and Environment, founding member
SIER – Romanian Society of Thermo-energetic Engineers, member.
Mr. Ioan Dan Gheorghiu is author or co-author for more than 20 volumes and over 80 scientific papers.
|ID||Course Name||Duration||Start Date|
|Renewable Energy and Climate change||1||February 17, 2020|