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2 mln euros to Enefit Volt to expand its EV charging network in 4 countries

Enefit Volt, the largest provider of electric vehicle charging solutions in Estonia, will receive 2 million euros of financial support from the CEF to expand its charging network in four countries.

Bulgaria steps up efforts to build a competitive battery industry

The 3-days Automotive & Battery Forum 2023, organised by the Automotive Cluster Bulgaria, in partnership with the InvestBulgaria Agency and Kinstellar put the spotlight on the potentials of the development of battery technology and e-mobility in Bulgaria.

Greece ready to adopt a national electromobility plan

Greece is preparing a national electromobility plan to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector and promote a greener economy in the country.

Biomethane will also play a role in decarbonising the transport sector, Eurogas and NGVA Europe say

According to Eurogas and NGVA Europe, the united and strong voice in Europe for the NGV industry, the decarbonisation of the transport sector will happen through the increasing role of gaseous fuels, including biomethane, bioCNG and bioLNG.

E.ON and BMW Group to launch first pan-European ecosystem for intelligent charging at home

The BMW Group and E.ON have agreed on the first pan-European cooperation for intelligent charging at home.

ESO plans to build 200 electric charging stations in Bulgaria

Bulgaria’s transmission system operator ESO is planning a transformation of the country’s electricity system in order to better respond to the green energy transition while guaranteeing the security of supply.

Estonian Enefit Volt to expand public charging network from Estonia to Poland

Enefit Volt will start the construction of an EV charging network covering Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.

EV sales in Europe increase by over 15% in 2022 – with sales expected to see further spikes, IEA says

In Europe, electric light-duty vehicles sales increased by more than 15 per cent in 2022 compared to 2021, translating to a total of 2.7 million EVs sold across the continent, according to the IEA's report.

Construction of EcoPro BM’s plant in Hungary begins

The investment will allow the manufacturing of 108,000 tonnes cathode material for lithium-ion batteries on a yearly basis and 631 jobs in Hungary will be created.

Shell opens first LNG filling station in Hungary

International energy company Shell has opened its first filling station offering liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Hungary in the whole CEE region.

Poland to lead the global supply chain of the battery sector

Poland has the opportunity to maintain its leading position in the global supply chain of the battery sector and the actions necessary to achieve this goal were described in the latest report of the Polish Alternative Fuels Association (PSPA)

Shell signs an MoU for broader downstream usage of LNG and bio-LNG with key stakeholders

Shell Hungary has signed an Mou with multiple energy and transport stakeholders on accelerating energy transition and reducing carbon emissions in the commercial road transport sector.

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