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The European Investment Bank (EIB) is providing EUR 48 million of finance for the construction and operation of three new wind farms in Austria (Kreuzstetten IV, Dürnkrut II and Hipples II) with a total capacity of 39 MW. The facilities

The first high-level meeting of the renewables section of the

The European Parliament approved, on January 17th, the Directive on

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is providing EUR 48 million of finance for the construction and operation of three new

The first high-level meeting of the renewables section of the EU Clean Energy Industrial Competitiveness and Innovation Forum took place

The European Parliament approved, on January 17th, the Directive on the promotion of renewable energy sources. According to the legislation

At its first meeting of 2018 the Board of the European Investment Bank approved a total of EUR 6.5 billion

Wind energy production achieved by CEZ’s wind farm in December could ensure green energy for the localities of Filiasi, Dabuleni,

CMS’s Energy group recently published a major new guide on the renewables sector. The comparative study compares and contrasts the

The World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Index tool, produced in partnership with Oliver Wyman, ranks countries on their ability to

Dutch company NERO Renewables is preparing a giant investment in Romania, in a wind farm, in Dobrogea region. The wind

Wood Mackenzie forecasts 2017 to be a year of ‘stability and opportunity’ for global oil and gas industry.

In February 2014, Hidroelectrica became insolvent, being on the brink of bankruptcy. Within three years, it managed to escape the

The EBRD is extending its support for energy efficiency investments in Romania’s residential sector through a loan of up to

ILF Consulting Engineers celebrates 50 years of existence and activity in 2017. With a proven track record of more than

According to ENI, energy generation, electricity costs and the switch to renewables are at the top of most country’s political

Romania’s current development phase requires the development of the highly qualified human capital and investment in research, innovation and development,