Renova Solar is renovating a solar power plant in Romania.
The project aims to bring solar power to rural areas of the country and to encourage solar installations.
The company’s goal is to become the second largest producer of solar energy in Romania, after Energelex, and it has plans to produce enough electricity to power 1.5 million households by 2020.
It plans to use the money to upgrade the facility and install more solar panels.
Renova, a subsidiary of Romania’s largest energy company, Nuclei, says it is aiming to be the largest producer in Romania by 2025.
It is already producing solar energy for more than 2 million households in Romania and it plans to grow that number to 3 million by 2020, according to the company.
The new plant, called Renova Sustainașe, will be the biggest solar farm of its kind in Romania for solar power.
The solar farm will be located in the town of Renova in central Romania.
According to the project’s website, the project will bring solar energy to rural communities in Romania with its photovoltaic solar panels that will be installed in the village of Sotiria.
Renva Solar plans to start the construction of the project by the end of the year.
The site will be managed by the Romanian Government and Renova will pay for the installation of the solar panels, the company said in a statement.
The plant will produce enough solar power for more like 30,000 households in rural areas.
The electricity will be delivered by wind turbines, which will generate power from the sun.
The first phase of the construction will involve installing solar panels on the roof of the plant and installing wind turbines to power the solar panel farms.
The wind turbines will also generate electricity for the electricity supply.
The plants’ total capacity will be 40 megawatts.
The renewable energy sector Renova is currently in the process of opening its first plant in Germany.
In 2014, Renova installed solar panels at its plant in Berlin and the project is currently producing more than 40 megawatt hours of electricity per year.
Renewable energy in the EU Renova hopes to create a renewable energy market in Romania that will create jobs and strengthen the economy.
Renia is the second-largest renewable energy producer in the European Union.
The energy company expects to add 5,000 jobs and will create around 3,000 new jobs annually in Romania over the next five years.
The Romanian government has set a target to reduce the number of carbon dioxide emissions in the country by 15 percent in 2025, according the company’s website.
The goal is achieved by cutting the energy consumption and consumption of heating and cooling, by lowering carbon dioxide in the air and by building a renewable portfolio.
The EU Renato Solar project is Renova’s first renewable energy project in Europe, but the company already has projects in China and India.
In India, Renato said it would build 1,000 solar farms in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh by 2025, and in China, it plans a 1,500-megawatt solar farm near Shanghai.
Renato has plans in other European countries as well.
The European Union Commission has given Renova a green light to build a 600-megawatts solar power project in Spain and another 600- megawad solar project in France.
Renewables for the future Renova has set itself a goal of generating enough renewable energy for every household in the continent by 2025 and by the year 2020 it aims to generate 25 percent of its electricity from renewable sources.
That would give it enough power to power every household for 10 days.
The aim is to increase its share in the energy market by 40 percent over the coming decade.
Renovas solar power will also help the country reduce its dependence on foreign energy sources.
Renara will sell the electricity generated by its solar power projects to Europe and China through the European Electricity Market, the EU said in 2016.