According to data by the Romanian electricity transmission system operator Transelectrica, total installed capacity in renewable energy in Romania has reached 4,690 MW at the end of the first half of 2016. The installed capacity has significantly decreased from 5,142 MW recorded at the end of 2015.
Wind farms were accounted for 2,959 MW, solar power plants for 1,312 MW, small hydropower plants had total installed capacity of 316 MW, while biomass and biogas power plants had 103 MW of installed power.
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