Romania is about to scale up the deployment of renewable projects to achieve its 30.7 % target for 2030, about 6 GW of new wind power and solar PV capacities to be installed over the next 10 years. In this context, on September 28-30, the high-level international investment conference Energy Week Black Sea ( will take place with physical presence in Bucharest, Romania and online.


The event, which is organised by a UK-based consultancy Invest in Network in partnership with Romanian Energy Center (CRE), is the largest renewables conference in the region. For the second year, it will bring together government authorities, local companies from Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia, and Turkey, as well as IFIs, DFIs, and foreign private investors to discuss RES policies for the energy transition, financing renewable energy, solar & storage, on & offshore wind, green hydrogen, regional interconnection and much more.

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