Energy
January 15, 2014 13:01
The Austrian group EGGER has finalized the largest biomass power plant in Romania at its plant in Radauti, Suceava County. The facility has an installed capacity of 83 MW and was supported by an investment worth 35 million euro from the group’s own funds. By developing this project, EGGER aims at transforming the Radauti facility into an integrated production site, at the same time reducing the consumption of fossil fuel and securing its competitiveness and long-term viability....more »
January 10, 2014 14:34
Chinese-based company Unisun Energy completed three solar power units in Brasov and Cluj counties, in Transilvania region. The plants which have a total installed capacity of 19.59 MW are estimated to generate yearly up to 8 million euro profit resulting from green certificates trading and energy sales, according to the company. Unisun also announced that all three PV plants have already been connected to the power grid. ...more »
January 06, 2014 11:26
The Romanian subsidiary of the Russian oil group Lukoil received from ANRE, the National Regulatory Authority for Energy, the construction permit for a solar park at the Petrotel-Lukoil oil refinery in Ploiesti....more »
December 20, 2013 11:52
Almost 24 years after construction started, Hidroelectrica inaugurated yesterday the Racovita Hydroelectric Power Plant, although, it will be effectively operational as from the beginning of the next year, upon a testing period. It is the 27th power plant already inaugurated out of 30 other power production facilities included in the project concerning the hydro-energetic development on the Olt river....more »
December 06, 2013 12:10
EPC contractor Martifer Solar, the Romanian subsidiary of Martifer SGPS has completed the construction of two photovoltaic plants – one with an installed capacity of 2.03MW located in Halchiu, Brasov County and other of 3.38MW in Magurele, near Bucharest. The project was developed for Eurowind Energy A/S, Martifer being responsible for the engineering, procurement and construction of the two PV plants....more »
December 04, 2013 15:09
Hidroelectrica’s recently appointed Supervisory Board had its first meeting on December 3, 2013, George Cristodorescu being elected as president. Cristodorescu is E.ON Romania former Deputy Director – he held this position until September, this year – a German citizen with a bachelor’s degree in economics – business administration at Worms University in Germany....more »
November 27, 2013 14:42
Hidroelectrica’s General Meeting of Shareholders approved a new stage of the strategy that implies the selling of some of the micro hydros from its portfolio. There are 14 hydro powers divided in seven assets packages that will be on sale through an open outcry auction which will be conducted on January 23 and 24, 2014. According to the informing published by Hidroelectrica on its website, the starting price for the full package being approximately 10.4 million euro (46.2 million lei)....more »
November 27, 2013 11:54
After connecting the Colibasi photovoltaic plant to the national power grid in early October, Enel Green Power (EGP) checks another functional solar plant that has been connected to the domestic grid recently, a press release announces. This is the company’s fourth PV plant in Romania and is located in Podari, Dolj County, having a capacity of 10MW. ...more »
November 25, 2013 14:35
The next wave in PV development is widely considered to be the rooftop plants. Romania’s solar industry anxiously expects the new regulation with respect to the feed-in tariff that will probably lead to a boost of this kind of projects.  ...more »
November 21, 2013 14:40
The feed-in tariff might range from 186 to 200 euro/MW according to the calculation method proposed by ANRE (the National Energy Regulatory Authority) and approved by the European Commission, while the new tax of 1.5% will apply to photovoltaic p...more »
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