Corina Popescu, State Secretary at the Ministry of Energy, said that the amendments to renewables Law 220/2008, which were supposed to enter public debate this week, have been delayed since the committee consisting of the member of the Ministry of Energy and the National Regulatory Authority foe Energy (ANRE) are still assessing the study made by a consulting company.
Popeascu said that she believes that the public debate on these amendments will not begin this week as the study commissioned by a consulting company is in the process of evaluation and undergoes some changes. However, the amendments to renewables law will certainly take effect in 2017, while current legislation will be in force until the end of this year.
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