A NEW APPROACH FOR ENERGY SECURITY – THE EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR GREEN ENERGY - Polish Journal of Management Studies

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A NEW APPROACH FOR ENERGY SECURITY THE EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR GREEN ENERGY
Maftei Daniel


Abstract: Today, perhaps more than ever, mankind faces a dilemma: to go on a road already trodden that no longer provide economic surprises than unpleasant or to venture in there, to places that show every day to design a more  secure future. But nothing is free however how we use resources? Even though the are increasingly less effective use seems to be the solution. Of the two ways that choose Romania in the European context it is and that its potential behind to finally go and not leave out the decor? This paper comprises three key parts: the first of them identifies potential energy situation of renewable energy in Romania, the second part proposes financing solutions and, finally, the conclusion resume the most important ideas.

Keywords:
energy security, green energy financing, energy vulnerability, green energy infrastructure
JEL codes: E22, G11, H54, P28, Q42, Q43;

Introduction
Energy has become over the centuries a part of human culture and for the modern man it seems to be indispensable, agreed elements of culture and civilization and inducing people who possess or know how to exploit a high degree of stability and progress . National economies today largely used in the production of fossil fuels - coal, natural gas and especially oil. Today is placed in front of a situation that although some will not accept it because it interests no longer can be materialized, to paint contemporary issues in the new variables: world population growth along with lower amounts of non-renewable resources. Therefore requires a greater amount of energy versus traditional reurselor decrease. Economic growth that every nation and claim induces a more vigorous pace of consumption of natural dowry to the detriment of future generations.
After numerous conflicts of energy that erupted globally from international treaties were signed, they fired two important directions. On one hand, energy conservation, rationalization to the individual's conscious and endless discovery of new natural sources - hence the idea of ​​green energy and how this issue can influence the economic future we individually and collectively. Global political leaders seem to understand and accept these alternatives slowly, drawing, both conceptually and practically, certain stages of transition from one era to another, from one way to live and work in another. Therefore required a number of issues: transition, constraints, objectives, environmental impact and practical solutions in terms of energy policy.
Therefore it requires an analysis of each problem domain in terms that it could meet any economy in transition to the "black economy" to the "green". This and it suggests that work - leaving the past conscious economy for the future given a chance by renewable energy. It is true that this idea can only be a requirement for any company or its broadest concept formulated for an article.


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Conclusion threats and solutions

Across all its energy industry faces environmental issues raised: it into electricity, through all environmental legislation and taxation:

  • transport electricity through the internal energy market

  • energy distribution by public service obligations

  • electricity supply through food safety.

Promotion of renewable sources is a matter of potential than individual countries. Viewed synthetic current major issues of energy sector in the Community, summaries of the Energy Green Paper are as follows:
increasing dependence on imported energy resources. Two thirds of fossil fuels - oil, coal, natural gas, imported from now (20% of natural gas is imported from Russia). Over 30 years, dependence will increase to 70% of the total, and 90% of oil will be imported.
the security of electricity supply. Dependence on imported energy resources lead to low energy supply security. The European Commission believes that the solution is more complex, containing inter alia diversifying energy sources, technologies, and a new energy demand management. The European Commission draws attention to the difference in approach to the U.S., which believes that the solution is found only in increasing production.
structural weaknesses, geopolitical and social negative impacts of energy production on the environment, especially one related to emissions of greenhouse gas emissions commitments under the Kyoto Protocol.
Solutions arising from natural and gradual removal of these vulnerabilities and assumed ownership of green energy through rational funding at the expense of traditional energy. EU citizens are in favor of renewable energy. Changes in consumer attitudes towards green energy are also becoming more evident. Polls show that they appreciate the environmental benefits of more renewable energy than conventional polluting energy sources and prefer electricity companies that provide at least part of its energy from renewable sources. According to a Eurobarometer poll conducted in January 2007, 55% of Europeans consider that the use of renewable energy is a very promising solution, and 60% think that energy research should be a priority for the European Union. Moreover, citizens appear to support changing the energy structure, enhancing research and development and ensuring energy stability. Many of them think that guaranteeing low energy prices and the flow of resources should be a priority for national governments and 40% are willing to pay a higher price for electricity from renewable sources. This survey underlines the importance of renewable energy for European citizens. Increasingly, many consider that increased use of renewable energy will allow them to live in a clean, sustainable and safer.


NOWE PODEJŚCIE DO BEZPIECZEŃSTWA ENERGETYCZNEGO EFEKTYWNE ZARZĄDZANIE FUNDUSZAMI PRZEZNACZONYMI NA INWESTYCJE W INFRASTRUKTURĘ DLA ZIELONEJ ENERGII

Abstrakt: Dzisiaj, może bardziej niż kiedykolwiek ludzkość stoi przed dylematem: iść znaną już drogą, na której nie ma niespodzianek ekonomicznych czy nieprzyjemnych, czy zaryzykować i dążyć do miejsc które pokazują jak w każdym dniu zaprojektować pewniejszą przyszłość. Jednakże nic nie jest za darmo, tak więc jak korzystać z zasobów? Pomimo że wydają się znacznie mniej efektywne to wydają się być rozwiązaniem. Z dwóch dróg, jakie wybierze Rumunia w kontekście europejskim, iść dalej i nie pozostawać poza nawiasem? Poniższy artykuł podzielony jest na trzy sekcje: pierwsza z nich identyfikuje potencjalną sytuację korzystania z energii ze źródeł odnawialnych w Rumunii, druga proponuje rozwiązania finansowe a na zakończenie przedstawiona została konkluzja dotycząca najważniejszych idei


 
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