BUCHAREST (Romania), July 13 (SeeNews) – Romania’s Economy Ministry said it has raised its budget for renewable energy projects by 100 million euro ($140 million).
The funds will be used to finance projects for the upgrade of existing and the construction of new renewable energy generation units, the ministry said in a statement on Tuesday, giving no timeframe.
According to local media, the initial budget was set at 187 million euro.
($ = 0.713 euro)
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