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  • - Energy Strategy by Government Decision nr. 1535/2004
    Source: ANRE

  • - Law 134/18.07.2012 for the approval of the OUG 88/12.10.2011 regarding the amending and completing the Law 220/2008 on establishing the promotion system of electricity production from RES
    Source: ANRE

  • - Ordinance (GO) 22/2008 regarding energy efficiency and promotion of the use of renewable energy to final consumers
    Source: ANRE

  • - GD no 750/2008 for the approval of regional state aid scheme for the development of renewable energy sources
    Source: ANRE

  • - GD. 553/2007 on amending and supplementing licensing and authorizations in the electricity sector, approved by Government Decision no. 540/2004
    Source: ANRE

  • - Order 28/2010 for approving the technical connection Opinions
    Source: ANRE

  • - Order 04/2012 on trading update limit values of green certificates and green fee certificate purchased, applicable for 2012
    Source: ANRE

  • - Order 05/2012 on the establishment of mandatory share purchase green certificates for 2011
    Source: ANRE

  • - Order 37/2012 amending and supplementing the Rules of accreditation of producers of electricity from renewable energy sources to promote the application of green certificates system
    Source: ANRE

  • - DIRECTIVE 2009/28/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 23  April 2009 pon the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and subsequently repealing Directives 2001/77/EC and  2003/30/EC
    The Commission communication of 10  January 2007 entitled ‘Renewable Energy Roadmap — Renewable energies in the 21st century: building a more sustainable future’ demonstrated that a 20 % target for the overall share of energy from renewable sources and a 10 % target for energy from renewable sources in transport would be appropriate and achievable objectives, and that a framework that includes mandatory targets should provide the business community with the long-term stability it needs to make rational, sustainable investments in the renewable energy sector which are capable of reducing dependence on imported fossil fuels and boosting the use of new energy technologies.
    Source: EUR-Lex

  • - COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS - Investing today for tomorrow's Europe, 28.01.2009
    The Commission therefore proposes a set of three specific initiatives focused on the EU's key energy goals. First, support for strategic interconnection projects to help address some of the shortcomings in infrastructure today. Second, investment to maintain the development of offshore wind as a reliable supplier of renewable energy. Third, bringing forward a number of carbon capture and storage demonstration projects, to allow energy producers striving to cut emissions to retain the option of fossil fuels.
    Source: EUR-Lex




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