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Hungary can reach its 2030 solar targets earlier than expected

The Hungarian solar power capacity goals for 2030, written in the National Energy Strategy and the National Energy and Climate Plan can be achieved in a shorter period of time, before 2030 according to MEKH.

Azerbaijan and IFC sign MoU to develop offshore wind energy

In a bid to develop the offshore wind energy sector as part of Azerbaijan's efforts to shift to renewable energy sources, IFC and Azerbaijan's Ministry of Energy signed a Memorandum of Understanding.

Eesti Energia and European Energy sign largest PPA in the Baltics

Eesti Energia has signed a power purchase agreement with European Energy for 3.8 TWh over 10 years, securing renewable energy to an equivalent of what is half of Estonia’s annual energy consumption

E.ON concludes 145 contracts to install small-sized turnkey PV projects in Romania

E.ON Energie Romania concluded contracts with 145 local customers to build photovoltaic systems worth a total of 13 million euros that will reduce CO2 emissions by over 5,600 tonnes per year.

Azerbaijan’s green growth continues: Ministry of Energy sign a series of agreements

Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Energy signed a series of agreements with Azerenergy and Masdar of the United Arab Emirates regarding a 230 MW solar power plant.

RWE has moved a major step to the realisation of its first offshore wind farm in Poland

The Polish Energy Regulatory Office has awarded a Contract for Difference to the RWE's Baltic II offshore wind project, which will have a planned installed capacity of 350 MW.

Latvenergo expands its activities by commissioning a solar park in Lithuania

The first solar park in Lithuania has been commissioned as Elektrum, the brand of electric utility company Latvenergo is expanding its activities outside Latvia.

The important role of offshore wind energy in Poland’s and PGE Group’s energy transition

Wojciech Dąbrowski, President of the Management Board of PGE emphasised the important role that offshore wind energy will play in Poland's and the PGE Group's energy transition, opening an international Politico discussion.

Voltalia to build a 100-MW solar plant in Albania after winning second tender

Voltalia has been awarded a new 100-megawatt solar project in Albania, the second project won by the company in the country in less than a year, which will benefit from the region’s very great potential for solar radiation.

Ignitis Group ranked the most sustainable energy brand in Lithuania

Lithuania’s energy holding company Ignitis has been ranked as the most sustainable energy brand in the country.

Grants worth 3.4 million euro for developing geothermal energy projects in Bulgaria

Bulgaria’s Ministry of Energy is calling local authorities and state institutions to apply for grants worth 3.4 million euro for developing geothermal energy projects.

Romania is set to have 1,4 GW of new wind capacity in the next 5 years

Wind energy is set to boom again in Romania with 1,4 GW of new installations forecasted for in the next 5 years. Investors are already lining up at Transelectrica in order to secure access to the national grid for their future projects.

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