Latest Issue
Windtech International May June 2024 issue






In a recent vote, the Senate of Romania approved Romania’s first offshore wind energy law, with 229 out of 330 members of the Chamber of Deputies supporting it.

The law requires the government to establish necessary regulations by mid-2025 and then proceed with launching concession tenders. Additionally, it tasks the Ministry of Energy with conducting a study within three months to outline procedures, zones, and potential, considering factors such as maritime spatial planning rules, biodiversity preservation, and environmental protection requirements. The government is expected to endorse the report by the end of March next year, followed by drafting necessary bylaws and royalties within the following three months. Afterward, the Ministry of Energy plans to initiate a competitive procedure for awarding concession contracts. Minister of Energy Sebastian Burduja expressed confidence that the first installations would be operational by 2032.

Use of cookies

Windtech International wants to make your visit to our website as pleasant as possible. That is why we place cookies on your computer that remember your preferences. With anonymous information about your site use you also help us to improve the website. Of course we will ask for your permission first. Click Accept to use all functions of the Windtech International website.