Government allotted 20 M RON by year’s end to fund the projects already submitted pat of the Green House program, Environment Minister Rovana Plumb told the conference Mediafax Talks about Energy. Referring to the renewable energy projects carried out by the Environment Ministry, Mrs. Plumb spoke of that supporting the installation of thermal power systems fuelled by renewable energy sources, 38 projects submitted worth 40 de M RON and that aiming to increase the renewable energy production, 68 projects adding up to RON 1.2 bln. The Green House program has seeks to improve air, water and soil quality by reducing the pollution caused by burned wood and fossil coal toward producing thermal power for heating and hot household water by installing hating systems relying on renewable energy, by replacing or complementing conventional heating systems. The program consists in the allocation of fixed amounts from the Environment Fund budget depending on the type of installation. Also, the government drafted an emergency ordinance amending the energy and gas law, envisaging clarification and stepped up contracting and financing for renewable energy projects. The environment minister said that the final environmental component evaluation debate will be held on Oct 10 in the government’s strategy program for 2011-2020. According to the minister, the government completed the environmental impact study of Cernavoda reactors 3 and 4, with the final decision already published on the Environment Ministry webpage. The final decision on the environmental impact study of th two nuclear reactors to provide nearly 20 pc of Romania’s energy needs will be passed by government resolution.