NARE, the Romanian agency for renewable energy, was founded in 1993. Its main
purpose is the promotion of the European programmes in renewable energy field,
biomass being one of the most important technologies in the area. In the PHARE
and ALTENER programmes, NARE developed policies on short, middle and long term
utilisation of biomass in Romania.
Another activity undertaken is the environmental impact of energy and co-generation plants with specific emphasis on legislation in the
renewable energy and rural sectors.
NARE collaborate with the National Institute of Wood
(INL) on the following tasks :
- feasibility studies ;
- consulting in
engineering and economics for wood residues, collection, transportation and storage ;
- wood fuel preparation storage and feeding ;
- steam and hot water boiler projects including flue gas
boiler plants for industry and district heating & cogeneration plants.
Region of operation
NARE & INL have developed activities both in Romania and
in other European and non-European countries.