Since 1867, the companies which make up Agbar have brought the future to the management of water and the environment, continuously applying new developments, technological advances and knowledge. After over 145 years, Agbar is an international benchmark, with a presence in eleven countries: Spain, Chile, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Algeria, Peru, Brazil, Turkey and United States. Agbar adapts to the needs of the societies in which it participates in order to offer the best service to 25,6 million people, every day. Agbar is water.

The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) (Meteo-Ro) ( is the national authority in meteorology in Romania acting within the Ministry of Environment and Forests. ANM is the owner and unique administrator of the meteorological, climatological and aerological Romanian databases. ANM coordinates the National Meteorological Observation Network, which consist of: 162 meteorological stations, 2 aerological stations, 8 radar centers, 60 agrometeorological stations and 8 actinometrical stations.

The EDF Group, one of the leaders in the energy market in Europe, is an integrated energy company active in all the businesses: production, transport, distribution, energy selling and trading. The Group is the leading electricity producer in Europe. In France, it has mainly nuclear and hydraulic production facilities where 95% of the electricity output involves no CO2 emissions. EDF operates 1,200,000 km of low and medium voltage overhead and underground electricity lines and around 100,000 km of high and very high voltage networks.

WFP is the United Nations’ agency mandated with providing food assistance to (i) support economic and social development; (ii) meet emergency food needs; and (iii) promote world food security. The World Food Programme was jointly established by the United Nations and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1961 and was made operational in 1963. According to Art.

IPMA, is a State Laboratory whose mission is to promote R&D activities in science and technology in the following areas: marine natural resources, aquaculture, marine biology, geophysics and marine geology, meteorology, and