The construction of the photovoltaic power plant “Oslomej“ has been completed and it will supply 2800 households with electricity, Balkanengineer.com learned from Izvoz.mk. The Prime minster of the Republic of Northern Macedonia...
Serbia to take part in the Next World Expo in Osaka in 2025, Balkanengineer.com learned from Ekapija.com. The capital Belgrad has applied for the hosting of the specialized 2027 Expo and upon approval it will be a great honor and incentive for the future development.
Kiel Macedonian, which is a leading manufacturer of train and bus seats, starts the construction of a new plant in TIDZ Tetovo. The investment amounts to 9.2 million euros, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Izvoz.mk.
The Romanian fertilizer producer Azomureş announced that it could resume operations this month, after the European Commission provided financial aid of up to EUR 50 mln to energy-intensive fertilizer companies.
World bank announced that on 23rd of Mach this year its Board of Directors approved lending a loan of USD 50 million to Serbia. The loan is regarding the completion of the project “Scaling Up Residential Clean Energy”, found out BalkanEngineer.com by eKapija.com.
According to data of the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia, the export of telecommunication, computer and information (ICT) services from the country in the past 2021 reached 330.4 million euro. This is a 37% increase compared to 2020.
The German developer of automotive components Continental had invested 150 million euro in its Romanian division in 2021, and plans to allocate a similar amount in 2022, BalkanEngineer learned from Seenews.com.
The Macedonian Minister of Transport and Communications Blagoj Bochvarski and the general director of the electricity system operator MEPSO had officially put into operation a renovated 110 kV transmission line, BalkanEngineer learned from Vlada.mk.
The Serbian companies HTEC Group and Sigmoid, together with two universities in the country, have successfully implemented a project to develop one of the most modern robotic arms for use in the industry. The idea had become a reality in less than two years.
The North Macedonia-based company Brako is expanding its activities by launching the production of specialized glass processing machines. The production will be designated for the German market, BalkanEngineer learned from Izvoz.mk.