Romania: Electricity suppliers required to purchase green certificates in proportion to supplied electricity amount, SEE Energy News
Romanian companies which provide electricity supply services are required to purchase a total of 3.8 million green certificates for the second quarter of 2020, according to the order of the National Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE).
This effectively means that Electrica Furnizare will have to buy the majority of green certificates for Q2 2020 – 842,605, followed by Enel Energie Muntenia with 423,683 green certificates, Enel Energie (400,736), E.ON Energie (370,888), CEZ Vanzare (322,176) and Tinmar Energy who will have to purchase 248,609 green certificates.
Electricity suppliers are required to purchase a number of green certificates, in proportion to the amount of electricity they supply to customers. There are 219 suppliers and 722 producers registered on the Green Certificates Market within the OPCOM energy exchange.
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