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RPIA: Demersul președintelui continuă impredictibilitatea în domeniul energiei regenerabile

RPIA: Demersul președintelui continuă impredictibilitatea în domeniul energiei regenerabile

Demersul preşedintelui Băsescu, deşi pe deplin justificat, nu face decât să continue impredictibilitatea în domeniul energiei regenerabile, în general, şi al energiei fotovoltaice, în particular, a declarat, joi, pentru Green Report, preşedintele Asociaţiei Române a Industriei Fotovoltaice (RPIA), Ciprian Glodeanu. Publication: Green Report Provider: www.green-report.ro Prin prelungirea aplicării acestei legi, proiectele fotovoltaice care au intrat în sistem după data de… Read more →

The European Parliament Energy and Environment Committees call for a 2030 binding target for renewables

The European Parliament Energy and Environment Committees call for a 2030 binding target for renewables

Brussels, 9 January 2014: EPIA Press Release The European Parliament Energy and Environment Committees call for a 2030 binding target for renewables In a draft resolution adopted today, the European Parliament Committees on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) and on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) call for an ambitious and legally-binding 2030 target for renewable energies. Brussels, 9… Read more →

Romanian Solar Summit 2013 – feed-in tariff, the next fuel for the photovoltaic industry

Romanian Solar Summit 2013 – feed-in tariff, the next fuel for the photovoltaic industry

Under the slogan “Meet the PV Market!” the event organized under the auspices of RPIA – Romanian Photovoltaic Industry Association, by Govnet  Conferences, has brought together the most important players that are active in the solar market, also companies from complementary spheres and authorities alike. The Summit has tested the current status of the Romanian photovoltaic market, the discussions reaching… Read more →

Romania to cut green certificates

Romania to cut green certificates

Romania to cut green certificates The Romanian government has approved legislation that will severely cut PV incentives for investors. Critics say the move could lead to a halt in foreign investment for the country’s solar market. Read more…

Romania Changes Course on Renewable Energy

Romania Changes Course on Renewable Energy

BUCHAREST — With more wind turbines already built than any of its neighbors, Romania has gained a reputation as a prime location for green energy investors. Yet proposals now to cut subsidies for clean energy producers have deeply alarmed foreign companies drawn to its market. Read more…

RPIA Flash Alert!

In accordance with the provisions of Energy and Gas Law no. 123/2012 (“Law no. 123″), trading of electricity may be performed only on the centralized electricity market managed by the sole licensed operator, OPCOM. Read more…

Lower Returns for Renewable Energy in Bulgaria

Bucharest, September 17, 2012 On 14.09.2012 the Bulgarian State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (‘SEWRC’) published on its website1 Decision Ц-33/14.09.2012 (‘Decision’) introducing new, temporary, prices for access to the electricity transmission and distribution grids by renewable generators. Read more …

Law approving EGO 88/2011 has been promulgated

Bucharest, July 20, 2012 The interim president Crin Antonescu has promulgated the Law to approve the EGO 88/2011, to be published soon in the Romanian Official Gazette. This is the final step towards the much expected stability of the RES-E market in Romania and specially for PV sector. Read more …