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Romania: Delgaz Grid to invest 73 million euros in gas networks in 2024

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Delgaz Grid announced total investments of 365 million RON (73.3 million euros) in 2024. The investment budget targets modernization works and network expansion works, as well as the establishment of new distributions in eight towns in Romania.

-We are investing over 70 million RON to modernize the gas network in the counties of Alba, Hunedoara, Caraș-Severin, Iași and Bacău because we want to offer better and safer services to consumers connected to our distribution network. In Alba, we have 17 investment projects, and we are replacing gas pipelines in eight localities, we will modernize the network for approx. 46 km, in Iasi on 39 km, in Caraș-Severin and Hunedoara we work in ten localities, and in Bacău we have 13 investment projects, and we work in five localities in the county – Delgaz Grid representatives announced.

In 2023, Delgaz Grid invested over 35 million RON for the purchase and installation of over 200,000 natural gas meters, representing 10 percent of the approximately 2 million meters in the gas installations of the company’s consumers.

Delgaz Grid, a member company of the E.ON Romania group, recently presented the conclusions of the “20HyGrid” pilot project to the representatives of the Ministry of Energy and ANRE.

The main conclusion of the project carried out for the first time in Romania, is that the use of the mixture of natural gas (80%) and hydrogen (20%) in the existing distribution networks, installations and devices of use at customers, without the need for any modification of them, is possible from a technical point of view and without risks additional compared to the use of natural gas.


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