Offshore Wind Energy

Offshore Wind Energy

Off-shore wind power is an innovative solution for Romania’s energy capabilities, particularly as the country has access to the Black Sea territory. As a source of renewable energy, wind farms have become a prominent project of the European continent to ensure independence from fossil fuels. With suitable geographical elements and a new legislative framework regulating off-shore wind facilities, Romania is now more prepared than ever to follow the net-zero objectives of the European Green Deal. The article discusses the provisions of the new Law 121/2024 on Offshore Wind Energy published in Romania which regulates the wind energy production in offshore territories. The legislation aims to provide a legal framework the projects by abiding to the principles of non-discrimination, loyal concurrence and protection of the natural environment. You can access the article in full here.