Romania has climbed one place and is 31st in the quarterly rankings of countries that are attractive for investments in renewable energy, rankings compiled by the EY consultancy company, which notes that continuous legislative changes in Romania represent an impediment for investors. In the February rankings Romania also climbed one place, from 33rd to 32nd, a report issued by the consultancy company yesterday also shows. The EY report ranks 40 countries depending on the attractiveness of investments in renewable energy. Poland and Turkey outrank Romania, being 27th and 20th respectively, while Greece and Ukraine are 33rd and 38th respectively. The top four places have remained unchanged since February, being held by the United States, China, Germany and Japan. Canada climbed on 5th place, while Great Britain dropped on 6th place.