Renewable Energy Market in Romania
AbstractRomania should encourage investment in alternative energy sources, that by 2012, compared to the national gross electricity consumption, the share of electricity produced from renewable energy, should reach 33%, equivalent to a total value of 21.4 TWh. One solution to promote renewable energy use that could be developed in Romania, would be to correlate investments in tourism using European funds with the use of renewable energy systems (solar, wind, etc.). For example, in Mangalia, several operators have built solar panels that provide, at least in summer, most of the necessary hot water.
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