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Report on IntelliNews - Romania Renewable Energy Report

 Bharat Book introduces a report " IntelliNews - Romania Renewable Energy Report " The main
factors that determine the priority sectors for each individual state have been their geographic.

 The IntelliNews Romania Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the
renewable energy market in Romania segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and
geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate
and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal
to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a
unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth
information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

 Countries in central and south-eastern Europe stick to their strategies to boost the share of
renewable energy in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce
dependence on fossil fuels. The main factors that determine the priority sectors for each
individual state have been their geographic and weather specifics.

 Romania intends to raise the share of green power into its power consumption mix to 24% by
2020 to meet the common EU target. Hydropower comprises 93% of the country’s present
renewable energy generation as its share is projected to drop to 80% in 2015 although its
absolute output will increase. Electricity from biomass is seen tripling to reach a share of 15.6%
in total RES, while wind energy is due to also triple, grabbing a 4.3% share over the period.

 Romania plans major investment in big and small hydropower projects in order to employ
further its larger hydro potential. The country also possesses abundant biomass resources since a
quarter of its territory is covered by forests but they are used mainly for heating.

 Romania’s wind power market was one of the fastest growing in the region with installed
capacity surging from just 7MW in 2007 to 462MW in 2010. The total installed capacity of
wind farms in the country is expected to reach 5,000MW by end-2016 after several large wind
farm projects go on stream.

Executive summary
Regional overview
Romania is green energy leader in the region
Czech Republic and Bulgaria reduce RES support
Poland and Romania are best CEE countries for renewable energy investments – E&Y

Romania aims for 24% RES share by 2020
Green certificate scheme
E-RES to reach 43% of gross electricity consumption by 2020
Power grid safety
Romania has significant biomass and geothermal resources
Romania generates 29% of its power from hydroelectric stations
Romania’s wind power market witnesses one of fastest growth rates in the region – EWEA
Govt seeks to support solar power producers with green certificates

 Table of Contents
 Table 1 National renewable energy targets
 Table 2 Ernst & Young’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index – Nov 2011
 Table 3 Estimated total contribution of each RES in Romania to meet binding 2020 targets
 Table 4 Expected gross final energy consumption by types of energy in Romania 2010-2020,
 Table 5 Gross domestic consumption of renewable energy, 2000-2007
 Table 6 Potential output and usage of RES
 Table 7 Number of units and aggregate installed capacity
 Table 8 Number of green certificates per MW
 Table 9 E-RES share in gross electricity consumption final
 Table 10 Projected green electricity output per source
 Table 11 Estimated biomass domestic supply in 2015 and 2020
 Table 12 Hydroelectric power generation forecast through 2020
 Table 13 Evolution of installed powers at the end of each calendar year and the energies
generated each year in wind power plants

Figure 1 Comparison between RES-E share per country in 2010
Figure 2 Estimated total contribution of solar power, GWh
Figure 3 Estimated total contribution of wind power, GWh
Figure 4 Estimated total RES-E installed capacity, MW
Figure 5 Estimated total RESE output, GWh

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