Enel Green Power Romania (EGPR)is a subsidiary of Enel Green Power dedicated to the development and management of power generation from renewable resources in Romania, since 2007.
The company has around 55 employees working in the offices of Bucharest, Tulcea, Constanta and Moldova Noua. EGPR reached today an installed capacity of 498MW in wind technology and 36 MW in solar PV.
Prahova I (Berceni 1)
Prahova II (Berceni 2)
In the last 3 years EGPR has strengthened its commitment with local communities by deploying social and environmental actions, as social communication and environmental education programs, during the construction of the wind farms and in the operative phase.
* Plants operating since June 2011
Last updated: November 25, 2013
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