Saturday, January 28, 2023


Leading supplier of electricity in Greece focuses on sustainable transition, says European Commission

As reported by the European Commission, Kozani, in Greece, aims to decarbonise and create “a new development and production model for the territory in collaboration with social entities, the regional government and the central government.”

bp pulse builds Europe’s first public charging corridor for electric trucks along major logistics route

Once complete, an E-Truck will be able to cover over 600 km across Germany along one of European’s major road transport routes, announced bp’s electric vehicle charging business, bp pulse.

Serbia signs Memorandum of Understanding with USAID on energy efficiency

The Serbian Ministry of Mining and Energy and USAID have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, setting out plans to cooperate on improving energy efficiency in Serbia.

Energa presents energy efficiency measures for Polish local governments

Experts from Energa Group companies presented measures that can help reduce electricity consumption for local governments across Poland, during a recent conference for representatives of local governments.

Share of renewables in transport decreases: lots of work to be done to meet the 2030 goals

In 2021, the share of renewable sources in transport reached 9.1 per cent at the European Union level, a 1.2 percentage points (pp) decrease compared with 2020, according to the latest data from Eurostat.

Top 5 stories of the past week: 20-26 January

It’s Friday and we have the top five stories from the past seven days ready!

Slovenian HSE Group makes progress on first Čentiba pilot geothermal power plant

Petrol Geo has officially started the underground construction at an abandoned Pg-8 well as part of the Čentiba pilot geothermal power plant.

Bulgaria reports progress in biodiversity protection and closure of landfills

Bulgaria's Ministry of Environment and Water has reported progress in the protection of biodiversity and closing down old landfills.

New factory for wind farm towers to open in Poland

A joint venture agreement on the construction of a new factory for offshore wind farm towers has been signed between Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu, Baltic Towers and GRI Renewable Industries.

Aspiring to be the regional gas hub: the role of Turkey and other SEE countries

Following the gas agreement between Turkey’s BOTAS and Bulgaria’s Bulgargaz, we take a look at what it means for Turkey and its aspiration to be the regional gas hub.

PKN Orlen and Sempra Infrastructure sign long-term LNG sales and purchase agreement

A 20-year contract for the supply of one million metric tonnes of LNG per year from the US has been signed between the Polish PKN Orlen and US Sempra Infrastructure.

New contract signed by Bulgartransgaz for Chiren UGS expansion

Bulgartransgaz and DZZD Tech Energy Expansion signed a contract for the supply of the necessary materials and equipment, construction and commissioning of the "Expansion of Chiren UGS capacity - above-ground part."

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