Bucharest, December 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News AgencyBy Irina StoicaHydroelectric power, wind power and photovoltaic output will grow in thenext four years in Romania by 14.65%, according to a report published byNational Prognosis Board (CNP). At the same time, nuclear power outputwill remain unchanged until 2019. The board estimates that Romania’s totalimports of electricity will count for 260,000 toe (tones of oilequivalent) per year. This would represent 2.2% of the total imports ofprimary energy resources in 2016, 2.1% in 2017 and 2% in 2018 and 2019.The country’s energy resources will reach next year 43.3 million toe, anincrease by 1.6% compared to 2015. Of the energy resources' total, 41.9million toe are primary energy resources, out of which 26.8 million toe isthe output, 12 million toe — the import, and 2.9 million toe is the stocksfrom the beginning of the year. Also, 1.4 million toe is the stock oftransforming energy. Most of these resources, namely 33.1 million toe willform the country's consumption, while 5.8 million tow will be exported.At the end of 2016, CNP experts say a 4.3 million toe stocks will exist.Of the total domestic consumption, 3 million toe are for the energysector, 1 million toe will be losses, and 23.3 million toe are for thefinal consumption. For the next three years, the power resources will growby 1.6% — 1.7% year-on-year, and will reach 44.02 million toe in 2017,44.7 million toe in 2018 and 45.5 million toe in 2019.