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Production capacity for electric power to increase by 20 percent by 2020

Electric power production is expected to increase by almost 20 percent until 2020, following the start of operations for power units to produce near 500 MW.

2014-01-20 12:13:29

The new projects that are to be operational in the near future comprise a biogas facility operated by Amonil, a 500 MW power group within Complexul Energetic Oltenia, a thermal power station within Braila Power, a joint-venture of E.On and Enel and a new power group of 200 MW within Complexul energetic Hunedoara. Other projects stand for modernizing and building of new groups within elcen Bucharest and CETs at Arad, Govora and Braila.

In the next six years, eight production facilities of 1.235 MW will be operational with elergetic complexes located at: Oltenia with 330 MW, Hunedoara with 210 MW, Brasov with 100 MW, Elcen Bucharest with 175 MW and Termoelectrica with 420 MW. In 2014, the energetic facilities at Brasiv and a group of Doicesti power station will be stopped but in 2017, two groups of power stations at Grozavesti and a group located at Deva are scheduled to stop operating. In 2018, the production at Turceni (Complexul Energetic Oltenia) and Bucharest Sud (Elcen) will be stopped while in 2019, the power station at Borzesti, owned by Termoelectrica will also be stopped.



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