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BCR explores photovoltaic energy production on the roofs of its offices


Banca Comercială Română (BCR) is considering photovoltaic energy production on the roofs of its premises and has asked landlords of rented buildings to switch from conventional energy suppliers to those delivering more renewable energy, said Andrei Nae, Sustainability Expert at BCR.

“We work in rented buildings and have chosen buildings certified as energy efficient. For the offices in the country, we have asked the owners to change their electricity supply contracts and ensure that there is as high a proportion of renewable energy as possible. By the end of 2023, we are aiming for around 90% of the electricity used for our own consumption to be from renewable sources and we are exploring the possibility of generating power on the premises we own,” said Nae, at the conference “Digitalization and Energy Efficiency – Oradea”, organised by Energynomics, together with the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Romania – CCIpR.

At the same time, the bank plans to purchase more electric cars for its fleet.

By 2026, BCR aims to have 25% of its corporate loan portfolio dedicated to green financing.


“We believe in this objective because it is set out in European directives that have been transposed into national legislation. We are also looking at the projection for the evolution of renewable energy capacity, which, at least on the solar side, is growing rapidly and is expected to increase more than sixfold by 2030,” Nae added.

The conference “Digitalization and energy efficiency – Oradea” was organized by Energynomics with the support of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Romania – CCIpR, and of our partners: ADC, BCR, Celestica, CRC Energy, Datacor,, ICAP CRIF, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank, Photon Energy, Polytrade Global, Unicredit Bank, WALDEVAR Energy.

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