The delegate Minister for Energy, Constantin Nita, announced that the state received offers for the construction project of reactors 3 and 4 of the Cernavoda nuclear power plant, and authorities are still waiting for other offers before starting the negotiations. Recently, Enel officials said that the government must decide this year over continuing the construction of the two reactors, and the Italian group will decide later if it remains involved in the project or not. Nita added that authorities will resume the project of reorganising the electricity production sector, aiming to get involved strong companies at regional scale, which will use a mix of resources. Moreover, the reminded that the government will modify the legislation on granting green certificates by decreasing the support provided to the producers of renewable energy, because these projects have a low effect of multiplication in the economy and increase the cost paid by consumers. As for the gas transport project AGRI (Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania Interconnector), it stagnates for now, because of the Azeri partner.