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February 9, 2023
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Tinmar enters the market of energy produced in solar panels

Tinmar, one of the biggest energy trading companies in Romania, controlled by businessman Augustin Oancea, entered the market of energy produced by photovoltaic panels, where it targets an installed capacity of 50 MW. “We are currently finalising the first 3 MW project in the Gorj County,” said the owner and CEO of the company, Oancea, during a seminar on renewable energy. According to the same source, Tinmar is in negotiations with banks, aimed at financing the investments of the company. “We have nothing guaranteed yet, but we have positive intentions (from banks),” Oancea added. Also yesterday, Chinese company ET Solar Group announced that it will build for Tinmar solar panels up to a total capacity of 50 MW in Gorj, Giurgiu and Dolj counties. According to Tinmar, two solar energy projects will be developed in Tirgu Carbunesti, with the capacity of 10 MW each. Another 8 MW project will be installed in Simnicu de Sus. “After Hidroelectrica terminated its direct contracts, we were assaulted by the customers of the <<smart guys>>. When they were left without the contracts with Hidroelectrica, the smart guys started increasing their prices. Prices advanced in the market also because of the state of emergency which affects Hidroelectrica,” Oancea added. Among Tinmar’s customers are some of the largest companies in Romania, such as Lukoil, Mechel, Saint Gobain, Transelectrica, Daewoo Mangalia, Lidl, Kaufland, Bricostore, Santierul Naval Constanta, Oil Terminal and Prefab.

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