Concordia Confederation has today sent a letter to Prime Minister Ludovic Orban, presenting its requirements to ensure a market mechanism approved by the business environment, according to a release sent to energynomics.ro
In the energy field, the Confederation calls for market liberalization and the definition of vulnerable consumers, but also measures in the field of traceability of fuels.
“We support a free market and the sustainable protection of vulnerable consumers. In this regard, it is necessary to clarify the definition of energy poverty and to implement a comprehensive program to ensure the protection of vulnerable consumers, including financial, non-financial support measures and energy efficiency measures,” the document shows.
“Completion of the regulatory framework for the transposition of Council Directive (EU) 2015/652 of 20 April 2015 establishing the calculation methods and reporting requirements under Directive 98/70 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the quality of petrol and gas on the target of 6% GHG emissions in 2020. A clear methodology is needed for traceability of fuels & accepted methods by which the industry can reach its GHG targets in 2020 (biofuels, LPG, upstream emission reduction responsibility),” Concordia officials say.