Monday, October 25, 2021


Digitalising energy system: European Commission consults public

The European Commission invites the public to participate in the preparation of the Action Plan on the Digitalisation of the energy system.

Bulgaria’s TSO believes future generations will ensure the achievement of the Green Deal

Bulgaria’s ESO and Sofia’s Technical University signed a Memorandum of Cooperation: new generations of energy specialists will be the bearers of innovative knowledge that will ensure the success of the Green Deal.

PKN ORLEN to implement a modern technology for making hydrotreated vegetable oil

At its Production Plant in Płock, PKN ORLEN will implement a modern technology for making hydrotreated vegetable oil which will solidify the ORLEN Group’s position in the biofuel market.

Advanced technologies key to meeting energy industry’s decarbonisation and emissions targets

Facing unprecedented demands to deliver wholesale decarbonisation of energy, the gas, LNG, hydrogen and energy industry is increasingly turning to advanced digital technologies in the drive to net-zero energy.

Powerhouse signs binding agreement to deploy its clean technology in Poland, Greece and Hungary

Powerhouse Energy Group has signed a binding exclusivity agreement with Hydrogen Utopia International to deploy its clean energy technology in Poland, Greece and Hungary.

E.ON brings its second large-scale mobile energy storage to Hungary

E.ON switched its second large-scale mobile and flexible battery storage system to the distribution grid in Hungary, so that renewable energy can be connected to the grid faster and in a more affordable way.

Continental to use recycled PET in tire production

Tire maker Continental is to start using reprocessed polyester obtained from recycled plastic bottles in its tire production as of 2022.

EU invests 122 million euros in innovative low-carbon projects

For the first time since the creation of the Innovation Fund, the European Union is investing 118 million euros into 32 small innovative projects located in 14 EU Member States, Iceland and Norway.

MOL starts to build rubber bitumen plant in Tatarstan with TATNEFT

MOL is building a rubber bitumen plant in the Republic of Tatarstan with the support of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The project will be implemented in partnership with TATNEFT, one of Russia's largest oil and gas companies.

Transelectrica and the Polytechnic University of Bucharest launch the first integrated digital laboratory in Romania

Transelectrica signed a strategic partnership with the Polytechnic University of Bucharest to establish the first integrated digital laboratory in Romania, whose aim to test future technologies in the energy field.

PGNiG launches AI project to make production more efficient, cheaper and greener

PGNiG has launched the Smart Field project, which uses advanced digital technology to support oil and gas exploration and production operations. It will increase domestic recoverable natural gas reserves by more than 7 bcm.

New German-Czech research collaboration to provide companies with innovative and sustainable solutions

The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is cooperating with the VSB–Technical University of Ostrava to research and develop the potential offered by energy management technologies, artificial intelligence and intelligent production in industry.

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