AGRIFOOD – International Agri-Food Network
Created in 1996, the International Agri-Food Network is an informal coalition of international trade associations involved in the agri-food sector at the global level. The aim of the network is to facilitate informal liaison among the professional organizations and towards international organizations in the agri-food chain at global level. The network represents the agri-food business group in a number of international settings, such as the Committee on World Food Security and Nutrition (CFS). The associations which comprise the Network have members in 135 of the 193 countries in the UN.
EUREC The European Renewable Energy Research Centers Agency
EUREC Agency was founded in 1991 as European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) with the goal of improving the quality and scope of European research and development in renewable energy technologies.
EUREC Agency is the voice of renewable energy research in Europe, representing European Research Centres active in renewable energy.
RENITT – National Network of Technology Transfer
ReNITT reunites innovation and technology transfer entities accredited to support the economic and social development, by stimulating innovation and transfer of technologies and by finding investors in the view of exploitation of research-development and innovation activity results as well as of the human resources from the national system of research-development.
Enterprise Europe Network
Helping small companies make the most of the business opportunities in the European Union is the Enterprise Europe Network\\\\’s mission.
National Association for Consumers’ Protection and Promotion of Programs and Strategies from Romania
A.N.P.C.P.P.S. Romania was founded in 2003 to meet the needs of consumers in Romania. So far it conducted a continuous work, enjoying national and internationalrecognition, being a member of various organizations, advisory committees of authorities, working groups, partner in national and international programs.
Association objectives are to protect consumers\\\\’ legitimate rights and interests of consumers aware of the rights they have to develop programs and projects in order to achieve these objectives. Specific program goals are to protect consumers against the risk of buying questionable use quality products to inform consumers about products that might endanger health, to encourage consumers to have the right to choose to encourage fair competition, to resolve consumer complaints.
Association of Biofuels into Romania
Association of Biofuels into Romania began its activity in November 2003 and having as objectives: promotion of environmental resources of energy for realization of energy autonomy, realization of the possibility for export of ethanol and vegetable oil.
Romanian Biofuels Technology Platform, BIOCARO
The main objective of BIOCARO activity is to implement the major proposals outlined in the National Strategy for Biofuels Production and Use. This document outlines the current situation of biofuels and presents a long-term view on how to overcome the technical and non-technical barriers for biofuel deployment in Romania, according the EU prospects.
European Biofuels Technology Platform
The Mission of the European Biofuels Technology Platform is to contribute to: the development of cost-competitive world-class biofuels value chains, to the creation of a healthy biofuels industry, and to accelerate the sustainable deployment of biofuels in the EU through a process of guidance, prioritisation and promotion of research, technology development and demonstration.
The Romanian Environment Association – 1998 (ARM)
The Romanian Environment Association – 1998 (ARM) is a professional and employers’ organisation established in view of consolidating and representing the interests of specialists and companies operating in the field of environmental protection.