Insufficient financing for energy projects

According to the National Romanian Institute for the Study of Energy Management and Use, the total investment needs in the electric and thermal energy sector stand at a minimum of EUR 35 bln, with the structural and cohesion funds able to cover only 0.5 per cent of those needs if…...

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