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November 27, 2021

KDF Energy, first Eastern European energy producer to join Carbon Trade Exchange

The Romanian company KDF Energy is the first Eastern European energy producer to join the Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX), the trading platform to access the electronic wholesale carbon market place, a press release informs. KDF Energy is leader in transactions with greenhouse gases emissions allowances on the Romanian, Bulgarian and Greek carbon market, expanding its activities in green energy production activities, energy and green certificates trading. The major Eastern European trading company, KDF Energy, is currently in the process of developing its own units for energy production from renewable energy sources. Their projects include three wind farms in Limanu (Dobrogea), with an installed power of 9 MW, 24 MW and 48 MW, and also a 42 MW co-generation biomass plant.

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