In the midst of an energy crisis, we need to find cheaper, faster, long-term and environmentally friendly solutions. And some of the solutions are closer than we think, even ‘above’ us.
Greenpeace requested public data from 22 municipalities in Romania and found that the photovoltaic potential of their public buildings is very high.
More than 1,000,000 square meters of rooftops – just from the cities that have submitted useful information to Greenpeace – are unused, instead of producing clean energy for the benefit of the community, the environment and the local budget. We can only imagine how great this potential is across the country.
What would be the implications of using this energy potential? How much would it cost? With what resources? What benefits would it bring to citizens and local authorities?
You can find out the answer on 9 June, from 10:00 to 12:00, at the launch of the report “An unused resource – The photovoltaic potential of public buildings in Romania”. The event takes place in Bucharest, at Mezanin (Universul Palace, Corp B, Actor Ion Brezoianu 23-25).
You will be able to talk to the author of the report, Andrei Ilaș, energy analyst and entrepreneur. In a panel discussion moderated by energy expert Corina Murafa, you will interact with local, national and European decision-makers, including
- Clotilde Armand, Mayor of Sector 1 Bucharest
- Lorant Antal, Senator, Chairman of the Committee on Energy, Energy Infrastructure and Mineral Resources
- Mara Roman, Deputy Head of the European Commission Representation in Romania
We invite you to confirm your participation by 6 June in this FORM!