Romania: The ban on importing and exporting of electricity for suppliers and producers of energy, SEE Energy News
Under the new rules, only the energy traders will be able to import or export electricity on the basis of a license issued by the Romanian Agency for Energy, ANRE. Energy suppliers will no longer be able to trade electricity.
Currently, both traders and suppliers can import or export electricity.
Based on the new rules, energy suppliers will only sell energy to final consumers, while traders will buy and sell energy on the main market for the import or export of electricity.
The new law will also prohibit trading for the producers of electricity.
Last year in the first nine months Romania exported electricity worth 200 million euros.
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