Energy regulator to launch study on mitigating energy poverty in Romania

Energy regulator to launch study on mitigating energy poverty in Romania

The National Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE) has commissioned the Romanian Academy to conduct a study into energy efficiency in Romania and the possibility of mitigating energy poverty in Romania, with the report to be launched on November 2, ANRE Deputy Chairman Emil Calota said Monday.

“On November 2, the Auditorium of the Romanian Academy will be hosting the launch of a study we have conducted jointly with institutes of the Romanian Academy into energy efficiency and the possibility to mitigate energy poverty in Romania,” said Calota.

The study, called “Energy efficiency, a national priority to mitigate energy poverty, improve quality of life and safety of energy consumers,” was conducted by the Life Quality Research Institute and the Sociology Institute. Experts of the two institutes have x-rayed the current state of the play in Romania’s electricity, natural gas and heat consumer markets. More…