3TWh injected in the European grid thanks to ISEM,
extractable in any of the member states


237 wind turbines


± 3.000 gigawatt hour


± 1.000 megawatt


South-East Romania

The Project

NERO project equals over 25% of the existing Dutch onshore wind fleet and increases the Dutch electricity production by RES with 2,6%.

Before 2021 NERO Renewables plans to install 237 wind turbines at 3 different sites in South-East Romania, with a total capacity of approximately 1.000 megawatt, generating up to 3 terawatt hour per annum.

The project is directly connected to the high voltage grid and, as a result of the Integrated Single Electricity Market (starting mid 2018), the generated power can be bought by any company in any European country.

By means of a social fund, our project strongly contributes to the prosperity of the local inhabitants. Nuisance is limited to a minimum in these sparsely populated areas.

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Latest News

November 9th, Groningen

European Joint Project supports the Netherlands to reach its national renewable energy targets.

NERO Renewables N.V. offers the Netherlands an opportunity to benefit from 1 gigawatt of wind power produced in Romania, thereby supporting the country to achieve its national renewable energy target for 2020...

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19 october 2017

Dutch will miss 2020 green energy, climate targets: report

The Netherlands will miss 2020 targets for renewable energy production and greenhouse gas emissions despite new investments in wind power, according to a government review published on Thursday...

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26 september 2017

Focus on Romania: the Energy Union tour

European Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič arrived on 27 September 2017 in Romania as part of the Energy Union tour. The Energy Union is the EU’s plan to help provide Europe with secure, affordable and clean energy...

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19 september 2017

Clean Energy Is Approaching a Tipping Point

The economics of wind and solar are becoming compelling enough that it’s unlikely coal be able to hold onto its dominant position in the global power mix. The cost of renewables is plunging ...

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