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Hidroelectrica’s gross profit, up 6 pc in the first seven months

Romanian state-controlled hydropower producer Hidroelectrica registered a gross profit of RON 971.88 million in the first seven months, up 6 percent year-on-year, according to data released on Tuesday by the company on Facebook. For the same period, the turnover amounted ...

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Renewable energy, 42 pc of Romania’s electricity output in 2016

Renewable energy has provided last year 42.29 percent of national electricity production, hydro energy having the largest share, a National Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE) report on the electricity market in 2016 reads. The hydro energy represented 29.88 percent of country’s ...

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Romania imported massive gas amounts last year, close to 1.2 million toe

Romania’s gas imports increased last year by 629 percent, compared to 2015, reaching 1.185 million tonnes of oil equivalent (toe), according to the National Institute of Statistics (INS). This while gas production decreased in 2016 by 12.5 percent, totaling 7.487 ...

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2016 – 2030 Energy Strategy draft: Wholesale electricity price in Romania to double; oil production could drop to zero

The electricity price on the wholesale market will grow from currently EUR 30 per MWh at a medium level between EUR 65 and EUR 85 per MWh in 2030 – 2050, according to Romania’s Energy Strategy draft for 2016 – ...

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Hidroelectrica’s profit, close to RON 1 bn threshold after ten months

Romanian state-controlled hydropower producer Hidroelectrica posted a gross profit of RON 970 million in the first ten months of this year, company’s trustee Remus Borza said on Tuesday.  At 9 months, the profit was RON 875 million and RON 725 ...

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EC assures: Electricity contracts between Hidroelectrica and certain customers did not involve state aid

Following the in-depth investigation opened in 2012 to assess whether the Romanian state-controlled hydropower producer Hidroelectrica S.A. purchased or sold electricity at preferential tariffs to several electricity traders, the European Commission (EC) has concluded that electricity supply contracts did not ...

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