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Renewable energy: sense and necessity

Romania offers one of the most substantial and, therefore, attractive support schemes for renewable electricity production in the European Union. Even though it took four years to pass the law governing this field, investors haven't just been biding their time, but have spent a billion Euro on investments in the construction of wind farms, photovoltaic units, micro-hydropower and biomass plants

November 2012 - From the Print Edition

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The renewable energy "boom" began in Romania in late 2009, in the midst of the global economic and financial crisis. At that time - when many investors and speculators were counting the losses they had incurred through misfiring investments in real estate - wind plants with tiny installed capacity of barely 14 MW were in operation across the country. A small step, which in 2010 turned into a leap, propelling the wind turbines′ installed capacity to 462 MW. A year later, another 520 MW of w...

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Brian: on 2012-11-19 01:13:38
Vestas is not Swedish but Danish!

 
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