The number of green certificates granted to Romanian renewable energy producers is likely to remain unchanged

he number of green certificates granted to renewable energy producers is likely to remain unchanged through to 2014, according to a bill to be voted in Parliament, although the energy regulator (ANRE) will ask the government to cut certificates in overcompensated technologies, said specialists last week at the launch event of the Romanian Photovoltaic Industry Association.

Emergency ordinance 88, which amended renewable energy law 220, has already been approved by the Senate and includes a provision that protects technologies that may be receiving too many certificates, mainly solar. It should receive a final vote from the Chamber of Deputies in the coming weeks.

Romania currently has 2 MW of installed solar capacities but over 800 MW has the technical connection permit (ATR), although little will materialize due to lack of financing, according to Zoltan Nagy, general manager at the energy regulator ANRE… Read more

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