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Energy efficiency and renewables are key to decarbonisation by 2050

22 May 2024

In the current renewable energy context, excessive consumption of non-renewable energy, such as fossil fuels, continues to have a significant impact on the environment, and from this point of view, the building energy efficiency sector needs to be given increasing importance, said Gabriela Tulbureanu, PV Systems Designer at Photon Energy, at the conference “Digitalization and Energy Efficiency – Oradea”, organised by Energynomics, together with the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Romania – CCIpR.

Photon Energy is currently developing over 1,200 MWp of PV projects globally, of which over 600 MWp are in Australia. The company monitors and analyses 120 projects worldwide in real time.

At the same time, buildings and transport, together with industry, are the main energy consumers and the most important sources of emissions. Buildings are responsible for about 40% of the Union’s total energy consumption and 36% of greenhouse gas emissions from the energy sector.


According to the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan, Romania is committed to achieving a share of consumption from renewable energy sources of 42.5% by 2030 and 89.9% by 2050. In this context, the country aims to develop 11.1 GW of solar energy capacity by 2030. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), global CO2 emissions from fossil fuels increased by 1.1% in 2023 and reached a new record level of 37.4 billion tonnes.

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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