The conference “Serbian Companies on the Changing Power Market”, organized by Balkan Green Energy News, will be held on 22nd February 2022 in the capital Belgrade. The event is expected to attract leading experts from Serbia and abroad.
North Macedonia’s nickel ore processor Euronickel Industries is installing a solar power plant with 153 kW per hour capacity. The energy generated by the photovoltaics will power a newly installed system for drying ferronickel granules.
Serbia plans to sign an agreement with the Russian state-owned company Rosatom for a joint venture that would begin constructing a Center for nuclear science by the end of 2022, BalkanEngineer learned from Ekapija.com.
The North Macedonian company Brako, a manufacturer of metal products, is conducting dual vocational training according to the standards of the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK).
A detailed plan for the construction of a photovoltaic plant with 50 MW power in the Serbian municipality of Mali Izvor had been presented to the public. The project is by the Belgrade-based company Energy Network.
An annual analysis shows the highest levels of economic activities in the technological-industrial development zone (TIDZ) near Skopje. The investments there amount to a total of almost 190 million euro in 2021. The good results come after the new concept for attracting investments was introduced a year ago.
Romania and the Republic of Moldova had signed an agreement on the construction of water pipelines to pass under the Prut River. The aim of the project is to supply several regions in Moldova with drinking water from the Romanian county of Iasi.
The Bulgarian Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Grozdan Karadjov and HE Alejandro Polanco, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Spain to Bulgaria, discussed the opportunities for cooperation in road and water infrastructure development.
The Serbian company Aerodromi Srbije had published a tender for the expansion of the terminal at “Constantine the Great” Airport in Nis. The project includes the reconstruction of the existing building and the construction of an additional annex to it.
North Macedonia will receive a 28.9-million-euro loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to build a section of its gas interconnector with Greece. The project will serve as a short-term measure to facilitate the country’s gradual transition to clean energy.