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EIB supports the construction of zero-emission electric transport shipping vessels in Lithuania

The European Investment Bank and the Lithuanian Inland Waterways Authority signed an advisory services agreement to support the construction of zero-emission electric transport shipping vessels.

PKN Orlen teams up with Alstom to introduce hydrogen trains in Poland

PKN Orlen has signed an agreement with Alstom to provide refuelling infrastructure for Alstom's zero-emission hydrogen trains which can be operational on regional lines within two years.

Hungarian companies support hydrogen solutions for heavy-duty transport

The Hungarian Hydrogen Technology Association signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with major stakeholder companies regarding the development of hydrogen-based solutions for freight transport and hydrogen filling infrastructure in Hungary.

OMV and AEG Fuels partner to provide the aviation industry with decarbonisation tools

OMV and Associated Energy Group are working together to distribute regional Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) produced by OMV in Austria.

INA launches campaign to encourage the development of LPG

INA is launching again a campaign to install gas installations in petrol vehicles with the aim of raising awareness and encouraging the development of the autogas market.

Steady growth of electric vehicles in Hungary, MEKH reports

MEKH’s latest e-mobility report indicates that the increase in the number of charging stations and electric vehicles in Hungary is unbroken and expansion can be observed almost all over the country.

Latvia expects two battery production facilities, seeks a place in the global automotive value chain

Swedish tech company Anodox Energy Systems has announced its plans to establish production facilities for electric vehicle batteries in Latvia.

LG Chem Group’s EV battery plant in Poland to receive 95-million aid from the government

The European Commission approved 95 million euros of Polish aid for the expansion of LG Chem Group's electric vehicles battery plant.

Slovakia’s Mobility and Innovation launches hydrogen-electric bus in Europe

Slovakia's Mobility & Innovation launched an 8-metre hydrogen-electric minibus in Bratislava in order to demonstrate the viability of hydrogen fuel cell technology in transit vehicles and market its future product line. 

Bulgaria to build an adequate infrastructure of EV charging stations by 2025

Bulgaria’s TSO ESO is strenghtening cooperation to build, by the end of 2025 an adequate infrastructure of charging stations for electric vehicles.

E-mobility pioneer GreenWay raises 85 million euros to grow company and expand network

This is the largest known investment into electric vehicle chargings in CEE and a strong vote of confidence in the long-term growth of e-mobility and GreenWay as the leading regional champion.

In Estonia, new fast chargers allow you to charge your electric car anywhere

Within a year, Estonia's Enefit Volt opened fast-charging stations suitable for all electric cars in 11 counties that previously lacked such facilities.

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