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EC provides financial and technical support, through SRSS, for the development of “Strategy for the transition from coal of the Jiu Valley” for the period 2021-2027

The Ministry of European Funds (MFE) organised on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, the kick-off meeting for the “Strategy for the transition from coal of the Jiu Valley”, financed by the Structural Reform Support Service within the European Commission (SRSS). The consultant selected by EC for developing Jiu Valley Strategy for the transition from coal is…

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Mayors of Jiu Valley cities signed, at the headquarters of the European Commission, the Memorandum for a Just Transition

On July 16, 2019 in the presence of EC representatives, the Ministry of European Funds and NGOs – Bankwatch Romania and Greenpeace Romania, all 6 mayors signed the “Jiu Valley Partnership for a Just Transition”, in order to reach the goals of Jiu Valley energy system transformation and economic development. By signing this Memorandum the…

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Jiu Valley cities invitation to Platform on Coal Regions in Transition working groups

All six mayors from Jiu Valley cities received the invitation to attend the next EC – Platform on Coal Regions in Transition working groups meeting in Brussels, 15-16.07.2019. This initiative generated several press releases as: Hunedoara County Morning Gazette “Jiu Valley Mayors called out in Brussels” https://gddhd.ro/actualitate/primarii-din-valea-jiului-chemati-la-bruxelles/ or Mesagerul Hunedorean “Jiu Valley Mayors will debate…

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The New York Times interested in Jiu Valley social challenges

The New York Times was also interested in knowing more about Jiu Valley social challenges, so Kevin Granville, reporter and Kevin Faingnaert, photographer published a short press report titled “What life after coal looks like”. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/09/business/romania-coal-towns.html?fbclid=IwAR0T86YdJjloiUgou_HTv2_3pyLlOzxCluC8GXquDHO28vAnIs_7BRtRqk; The movingly reportage was taken over and partly translated by the local press (e.g. Adevarul de Hunedoara newspaper). Life…

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Jiu Valley could attract 5 billion euros EU money

On the occasion of the Romanian six-month rotating presidency of the EU Council, several informal ministerial meetings on energy took place in Bucharest, followed by EC delegation visit in Jiu Valley (Petroșani city), on 03.04.2019, where the Energy commissioner is making a statement (min 1:02) http://stiri.tvr.ro/valea-jiului-ar-putea-atrage-5-miliarde-de-euro–bani-europeni–dupa-inchiderea-mineritului_843642_video.html#view announcing that Jiu Valley could attract in the future…

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