You may ask why Romania? If the energy transition is going to happen – and be a success, it has face the reality of a country like Romania. From the EU perspective, Romania is receiving funds from the EU’s Just Transition Mechanism. From the US side, it appears a good country to foster new small scale nuclear power reactors. And for Europe’s gas security, there are offshore deposits in the Black Sea that still can be tapped. In addition, it has Europe’s largest onshore wind farm with even more renewable energy potential still to be harvested. It short, it is a microcosm of energy complexity that other countries face. Nonetheless, the energy transition is stagnating.