Principal Advisor, DG ENER, European Commission
Tudor Constantinescu has been Principal Adviser to the Director General for Energy in the European Commission since 2011. He coordinates activities related to steering the use of Structural Funds for energy priorities and initiatives related to Hydrogen and storage in the energy system. Previously, he set up BPI Europe (as founding Executive Director), was the president of the Romanian Agency for Energy Conservation, and worked for the Energy Charter Secretariat in Brussels. He holds a Masters degree in Energy Engineering from UPB, a Masters degree in Applied Economics from the Institute of Advanced Studies Vienna, and a Doctor of Science degree in Regulatory Economics in the Energy Sector from UPB.