AHK România: Romania can become an energy hub but needs predictability and legislative stability

Romania can become an energy hub but needs predictability and legislative stability

With its diversified energy mix, largely based on green energy production, Romania could create added value in its local economy and, at the same time, supply the remaining energy to the countries around it and beyond. But it needs a stable and predictable administrative and legislative framework to give investors the confidence to move forward, said leading private energy players from Romania and Germany at a round table organised by AHK Romania in collaboration with the German Committee for Eastern Europe (Ostausschuss der Deutschen Wirtschaft) on “Romania in the European energy architecture – possibilities for cooperation”.

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