The Romanian vehicles Dacia would now be sold in Australia by the local importer Renault Ateco Group. Ateco Group’s CEO Neville Crichton said that negotiations about the details were underway with Dacia.
The first industrial-chemical park in Serbia – Prahovo, had already attracted the attention of a number of investors. The vice-president of the agricultural company Elixir Group – Vladimir Todorovic, pointed out that the park was a great opportunity for the future and the development of Eastern Serbia.
Acronis had chosen A1’s data center to co-locate its newest cloud data center because of its excellent geolocation and A1 Bulgaria’s reputation as a trusted partner and leading provider of telecommunications and ICT services in Bulgaria.
Engie Romania – the Romanian subsidiary of the French utility group and the largest distributor and supplier of natural gas in the local market, announced that it had acquired another operating photovoltaic park with a total installed capacity of 5.46 MWp.
The German company Wpd will invest 500 million euro in the construction of a wind farm between Kumanovo, Staro Nagoricane and Kriva Palanka in North Macedonia, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Balkan Green Energy News. According to plan, the facility will have a capacity of 400 MW.
Romanian IT companies as well as others from Eastern and Central Europe and Turkey have the opportunity to apply for the UiPath Automation Awards 2021. The prizes will be awarded in two categories: Start-up and Scale-up companies.
The Serbian government had signed an agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to finance the construction of the gas interconnector Nis – Dimitrovgrad – Bulgaria. The section from Nis to Sofia has a total length of 176 km, and the gas pipeline, which has a capacity of 1.8 billion m3 per year, will be 109 km long.
The pharmaceutical manufacturer Alkaloid opened a facility for the production and packaging of Becutan wet wipes at its plant in Skopje, North Macedonia. The investment amounts to 4 million euro.