Toshiba Transmission and Distribution, a subsidiary of Japanese corporation Toshiba, builds in Brasov two solar farms, where electricity will be produced from photovoltaic sources, Mediafax reports. The investment in the construction of the two facilities amounts to approximately EUR 37 M and the projects were contracted to Elisolar and Vis Solaris, both controlled by Energreen Investment Group of Luxemburg, which has the American company of financial services Clarion as main shareholder. Elisolar constructs a solar farm of approximately 5 MW in Halchiu, Brasov County, while Vis Solaris conducts a project of 17 MW in Hoghiz, same county. “We hope that the Halchiu solar farm will be completed by the end of this year,” said Cristian Blaj, manager of Elisolar. In Romania there currently are energy generation projects in solar panels exceeding 410 MW. The state supports the production of green energy through the system of green certificates. Each producer receives for free from Transelectrica a certain number of green certificates for the energy it produces and supplies in the grid.