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ŠKODA AUTO signs MoU with Czech Ministry of the Environment

The Czech Ministry of the Environment and ŠKODA AUTO signed an MoU to increase cooperation in the progressive reduction of GHG emissions and create an environment to ensure the long-term sustainable and competitive production of low– and zero-emission vehicles.

Europe gets greener as CO2 emissions from new cars plummets, share of zero- and low-emission cars triples in 2020

Average CO2 emissions of new cars registered in Europe in 2020 decreased by 12 per cent compared with 2019, according to the latest data from the European Environment Agency (EEA).

We need to change our mindset to fully embrace e-mobility

What is the future of electromobility in CEE? According to several experts, changing people's mindsets will be the biggest challenge.

OMV signs sustainable aviation fuel MoUs with Ryanair, Lufthansa Group

OMV signed two MoUs with two aviation giants, Ryanair and Lufthansa Group which secured supplies of sustainable aviation fuel from the energy company.

Industry leaders to discuss the future of the battery sector at the II. Hungarian Battery Day

The II. Hungarian Battery Day will be organised on 20 October 2022 in Hotel Marriott Budapest, by the Hungarian Battery Alliance in cooperation with White Paper Consulting to review the opportunities and challenges of the fast-developing Hungarian battery industry. The conference will be organised under the honorary patronage of H.E. Mr Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, who will open the event.

Poland: Volvo Trucks, IKEA, Raben Group join forces to accelerate zero-emission transport

Volvo Trucks, IKEA Industry and the Raben Group signed a collaboration agreement on zero-emission heavy transport.

OMV Petrom installs photovoltaic panels in 110 filling stations across Romania

OMV Petrom, the largest integrated energy company in South-Eastern Europe, has installed photovoltaic panels in 110 OMV and Petrom filling stations across Romania.

Cooperation, education, regulation – key for future battery market in CEE

Greater cooperation, tailored education and better regulation are key to the future success of the EV battery sector in CEE, according to experts from the region and beyond.

TESCO and Shell to offer EV charging at over 100 sites in Hungary by 2025

Shell Hungary and TESCO-GLOBAL Áruházak are partnering to make EV charging more convenient with Shell Recharge stations at Tesco stores, providing nationwide coverage.

World’s biggest EV battery maker CATL announces its second European battery plant in Hungary

Chinese battery producer Contemporary Amperex Technology Limited (CATL) officially announced that it will invest 7.34 billion euros to build a 100 GWh battery plant in Hungary, which is also its second battery plant in Europe.

E.ON teams up with alpitronic to install 2,000 new ultra-fast charging stations

E.ON is investing in thousands of new, ultra-fast charging stations across Europe in the coming years. To install 2,000 of these by the end of 2024, E.ON has now teamed up with alpitronic.

Low emission zones in Europe nearly doubled in the past years

Polluting cars are forced off the roads as low emission zones across Europe have risen by 40 per cent since 2019, a recent report found.

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