North Macedonia's leading automotive battery manufacturer TAB MAK has applied for a license to produce electricity at two solar power plants with a combined capacity of 8 MW.
Romanian organic farming raw material producer Norofert has announced that it has invested 3 million lei in the first phase of the construction of a medium-sized research laboratory.
Albania will provide a sum of 3 million euros for the implementation of a program to support start-ups through direct funding.
North Macedonian building materials producer Cementarnica Usje, a company of Greek group Titan, has appointed Mario Braci as president of the company's board of directors.
Romania's largest energy company, OMV Petrom, has announced that it will invest 8 billion lei (€1.6 billion) in 2024 and in each of the next two years.
On its way to strengthening its renewable energy infrastructure, Serbia will receive a €30 million grant from the European Union to build a 66 MW.
Albania is transforming its maritime infrastructure, prioritising plans for a new cargo port in Drač. The state has announced an upcoming tender for the project, scheduled for the first quarter of 2024.
Technology leader in electrification and automation ABB will carry out a comprehensive project to upgrade and improve the energy efficiency and reliability of 19 locomotives.
Bulgarian startup Mentessa will receive funding and support from EIT Digital, a grant co-funded by the European Union, to develop an innovative project.
Domi Eko Solar is now producing photovoltaic panels at its plant near Velika Plana in central Serbia, BalkanEngineer.com has learned from Balkangreennews.com.