The new program “Green House (Casa Verde)”, intended for the installation of photovoltaic panels, began on Monday, September 9, and starting from September 10th, individuals can approach the validated installers in order to become electricity producers.
According to the data of the Ministry of the Environment, recently presented by the former minister of state, Graţiela Gavrilescu, about 33,000 housing units will be financed through the budget allocated for this program.
“The minimum installed power is of 3 kW and from that moment the user will be able to negotiate with the electricity companies and they will conclude the connection contract. We have approximated that 33,000 housing units will own these photovoltaic cells. We think of what amounts to identify, together with the Ministry of Development, other money for another program and its extension and to legal persons and public institutions. We show great responsibility, through this program. We try to do the things that other countries have done. I think the time has come when everyone who wants to make an economy to the budget can access the money through the Regional Operational Program and from the Environmental Fund Administration,” said the official, according to Agerpres.
The financing contract for the Program for the installation of photovoltaic systems was signed on Monday, August 26, 2019, by the President of the Environmental Fund Administration (AFM), Cornel Brezuică, and the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development and Public Administration, Daniel Suciu.