HUNEDOARA ENERGY COMPLEX – in insolventa, in insolvency, en procedure collective – is looking for an investor for its subsidiary, Deva Thermal Power Plant, for building a new power station, with an installed capacity of up to 800 MWH with low carbon emissions, to meet consumption needs in the northwest of the country and support the ending of pollutant emissions.
Building a new energy capacity would mean modernizing and optimizing electricity production for the northwest area of Romania. The company is looking for an investor who knows and recognizes the importance of the energy sector and the impact that such an investment would have for the entire community in the area and for the National Energy System.
By implementing this measure, it will be possible to start the necessary steps to stop pollution with sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and dust and to support the upgrade of the Mintia Power Plant to the new European standards that aim to switch from electricity production based on coal to that based on renewable sources.
Also, by making this investment, will help with the provisions of the European Green Pact and the taxonomy rules adopted at EU level, capable of transforming the region, generating a modern, competitive and resource efficient economy leading to climate neutrality by 2050.
In accordance with the decision of the Assembly of Creditors of HUNEDOARA ENERGY COMPLEX from 21.05.2021, the interested investors must present proofs together with the offer, regarding the technical and financial capacity to make this investment.
In the case that potential investors show interest in this opportunity and request information on related assets, the receipt or communication of this information will be done by implementing a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) policy, so that there is no risk of disclosure, intentional or accidental, of confidential data.
Investment offers can be submitted electronically by e-mail to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Those interested can ask for additional details by calling +4 0354-405.232.