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EBRD to support Eldrive’s expansion plans in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Romania

The EBRD is making an equity investment of 15 million euros in Eldrive, leading charging point operator in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Romania.

Kempower and TurboVolt partner to boost Croatia’s and Slovenia’s EV charging infrastructure

Kempower has partnered with TurboVolt, to bolster public EV charging infrastructure in Croatia and Slovenia.

EU to impose higher tariffs on Chinese EVs: will they have a real impact on manufacturers?

As part of its ongoing investigation, the European Commission has provisionally concluded that the Chinese EVs benefit from unfair subsidisation.

Enefit sells its Finnish customer portfolio to Oomi

Enefit is selling its Finnish customer portfolio to one of the largest energy companies in Finland, Oomi, to place greater focus on customers in the Baltics and Poland.

Energa plans to build over 1,000 EV charging stations by 2030

Energa Obrót’s, part of Polish energy company Orlen Group, is planning to build over 1,000 charging stations for electric vehicles by the end of the decade.

OMV Petrom becomes largest player in Romania’s electromobility sector

OMV Petrom closed the acquisition of Renovatio Asset Management, owner of the largest charging network for electric vehicles in Romania.

SPP expands charging stations network in Slovakia

The largest energy supplier in Slovakia SPP opened two new charging stations for electric cars with three charging points in its premises at Moldavska cesta 12 in Košice.

Eleport unveils largest charging hub in CEE

Eleport, a developer of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, has launched the largest EV charging hub in Central and Eastern Europe.

CROSS-E project launched to realise high-powered EV charging points along key European routes

Allego, Petrol Group, GreenWay and Emobility Solutions have launched the CROSS-E project for the realisation of high-powered EV charging points along key routes and ports across Europe. 

Stricter CO2 emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles approved by EU Council

A new and updated regulation on CO2 emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles was formally adopted by the Council of the EU, amending and strengthening already existing rules.

Nuclear industry and e-mobility offer great opportunities for Hungarian-Chinese cooperation

If we can extend the cooperation between Hungary and China to the full spectrum of the nuclear industry, great opportunities await us, said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

Estonia allocates 68 million euros for railway electrification

Estonia's Climate Ministry has allocated an additional 68 million euros to electrify another segment of Estonian Railways in the direction of Tartu and Narva.

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