The National Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE) has withdrawn licenses for the production of electricity and heat for energy groups with a total installed power of 875 MW, the institution announced on Thursday.
“The regulatory committee of ANRE, during its meeting on 20.11.2019, discussed and approved the modification of License No. 558 for the commercial exploitation of the capacities of electricity and thermal energy production in cogeneration, granted to the company Electrocentrale Bucureşti SA, in the sense Exclusion from the specific conditions associated with this license of the power groups within the Electric and Thermal Power Plant (CET) Bucharest South, the Electric and Thermal Power Plant (CET) Bucharest West and the Electric and Thermal Power Plant (CET) Progresu, with a total installed power of 650 MW, but also the modification of the License No. 106 for the production of electricity, as well as the License No. 107 for the production of thermal energy, granted to the Autonomous Administration for Nuclear Activities, in the sense of excluding from the specific conditions associated with this license some energy groups within the CET Halanga, with total electrical power installed 225 MW,” is shown in a statement of the Authority, according to Agerpres.
ANRE specifies that it will continue the analysis of the capacities of electricity production and regularly publishes, on its own website, detailed reports on the updated status of the installed power.