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Photovoltaic development in Romania. Reviewing what has been done

Gabriel Năstase, Alexandru Șerban, George Dragomir, Alin Ionuț Brezeanu and Irina Bucur

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2018, vol. 94, issue C, 523-535

Abstract: The Sun is the primary energy source for all life on Earth. Solar energy is clean and is available all over the world. The total energy produced, in 2016, was 7236 MWh, while the total consumed was 6660 MWh. The average photovoltaic energy generated was 255 MWh, which accounts for 3.5% of the total production and 8.2% of the RES (3096 MWh). Investments in renewable energy in Romania began in late 2008, when Green Certificates were granted by Law no. 220. In this paper, we review the photovoltaic system development in Romania, from 2011, when the market began to develop, to the present day.

Keywords: Photovoltaic energy; Development; Romania; Sustainable development; Country profile; Policies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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