During a meeting at the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport and Communications, representatives of various airlines were informed that Bulgaria will assist in opening an airline between the capitals of Sofia and Skopje as quickly as possible.
The Romanian state-owned company Hidroelectrica plans to build a green hydrogen plant with 50 MW power on the Ostrovu Mare island on the Danube river. Along with the facility, a photovoltaic park with batteries for energy storage is planned as well.
The German company AE Solar will build the largest solar panel plant in Southeast Europe in Bulgaria. The value of the facility, which will be located near the city of Haskovo, exceeds 150 million euro.
The plant is expected to reach its full capacity of 180 MW/h by the end of December this year.The electricity produced by “Negotino” TPP will be used to meet the needs of households as well as the electricity transmission company MEPSO.
The Bulgarian construction company Trace Group Hold had signed a deal for road repair with Serbia’s state-owned road infrastructure company JP Putevi Srbije. The project is worth a total of 6.7 million euro.
The Japanese company Nidec had started the construction of its future factory for electric motors in Novi Sad, Serbia. The production at the new facility, which will cover an area of 26 000 sq.m, is expected to start at the end of 2022.
Active companies with successfully developed and implemented innovation over the past three years took part in the initiative. This year, they competed in 8 categories, including market leadership, social and green innovation, digital transformation, innovative start-ups and innovation management.
The Romanian carmaker Dacia had already launched the sales of its latest model Dacia Jogger. The starting price of the family vehicle, which is offered with a choice between two engines, starts from 13 990 euro.
The Bulgarian city of Ruse might become the first with a green hydrogen charging station in Eastern Europe. The investment covers the construction of a so-called electrolyzer for the production of hydrogen, which will be powered by a photovoltaic park, as well as a charging station.
The leading French company for renewable energy Akuo Energy is in the process of building a strategic photovoltaic park in North Macedonia. The facility is worth 270 million euro and will have a capacity of 350 to 400 MW.