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Jul 04, 2023 16:09 EEST
July 4 (SeeNews) - Moldovan power transmission company Moldelectrica has issued 25 grid connection approvals for wind, solar and biogas power plants with a cumulative capacity of 724 MW since the beginning of 2023, it said on Tuesday.
The development marks a significant boost to the country’s renewable energy sector, with Moldelectrica affirming its commitment to the sustainable development of the power grid and combating climate change, the company said in a press release.
Of the total installed capacity granted approval to connect to the grid year-to-date, wind farms account for 365.1 MW, photovoltaic parks for 354.3 MW, while cogeneration plants slice a share of 5 MW.
Moldova's total installed renewable energy capacity rose to 206.81 MW at the end of 2022 from 61.6 MW four years earlier, the country’s Energy Efficiency Agency (AEE) said in March.
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