CEZ Group has received from the National Regulatory Authority Energy (ANRE) the first green certificates for delivering green energy to the national power grid that was produced with the Dobrogea wind turbines delivered, announced today the Czech group.
“Friday, September 17, Tomis Team, one of the Group companies Romania has already received the green certificates for this August year, “Cez said in a statement. The group operates in Fântânele nearly 100 wind turbines with an installed capacity approximately 250 MW.
According to the site of OPCOM, the Romanian operator of the energy market, the average price of a green certificate in August and September was 232.36 lei (54.99 euros), i.e. the maximum price allowed for trading the certificates. According to the Romanian regulations, a green certificate price can vary between 27 euros and 55 euros and will be paid in RON according to the average exchange rate set by the central bank in December 2009, respectively 4.2248 RON / EUR.