Conergy is building its first rooftop plant in Romania with a capacity of 540 kilowatts. The plant is being installed on the 8,200 square metre warehouse rooftop of one of the world’s largest producers for soft drinks in the metropolis of Bucharest, in the district of Titan some 10 kilometres east of the city centre, a press release informs. After two free-field solar power plants with a respective capacity of 2.2 and 2 megawatts, this rooftop installation is already Conergy’s third solar project in Romania. “With its quota model and the issuing of “Green Certificates”, Romania has made strenuous efforts to drive the expansion of renewable energies forward in the last twelve months. This year, as much as 14 per cent of electricity is to come from renewable sources, and the target is close to 20 per cent for 2019,” said Giuseppe Sofia, who, as the Managing Director of Conergy Italy, is also responsible for the Romanian solar market.