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Energy players hope answers are blowing in the wind

Overcompensation, the support scheme change depending on variations in the total investment value, priority access to the grid and electricity network development are just a few topics to which The Diplomat – Bucharest along with the Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority, Transelectrica and lawyers are seeking answers.

February 2012 - From the Print Edition

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The wind energy sector has had its share of adventure in recent years as just from the legal framework point of view the secondary legislation needed two years of intense negotiations with the European Commission (EC) and as with any new law, things aren’t yet crystal clear. There are some issues that leave room for interpretations such as, for instance, overcompensation and further changes of the support scheme for electricity producers from renewable energy sources (RES).

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