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Republika Srpska: EFT completed the construction of 60 MW Bileća solar park Read More »

Republika Srpska: EFT completed the construction of 60 MW Bileća solar park

Petar Đokić, Minister of Mining and Energy of the Republika Srpska, announced that the company’s Energy Financing Team completed the construction of the Bileća solar power plant, with an installed capacity of 60 MW. The solar park is located at the Zarečje location and covers 133 hectares. It is estimated that the plant will produce around 84 GWh

Croatia: Advance Capital Partners acquires 60% of Solvis Read More »

Croatia: Advance Capital Partners acquires 60% of Solvis

The special investment fund Advance Capital Partners and the founder and co-owner of Solvis Stjepan Talan reached an agreement on a strategic partnership with that large Croatian producer of solar panels and integrated photovoltaic solutions. “Upon fulfilment of certain contractual conditions and provision of regulatory approvals from competent bodies for competition protection, the special investment

Croatia: Statkraft takes over Neoen’s portfolio of projects Read More »

Croatia: Statkraft takes over Neoen’s portfolio of projects

This includes all of Neoen’s projects in the early stages of development: wind power projects, solar power projects, as well as battery energy storage system (BESS) projects. Neoen has been present in Croatia since mid-2020, while Statkraft started its operations in Croatia in 2021. Now, having received all necessary regulatory approvals, Statkraft will initiate its

Romania: EBRD to support the expansion of Photon Energy’s solar portfolio with 15 million euros Read More »

Romania: EBRD to support the expansion of Photon Energy’s solar portfolio with 15 million euros

  The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is lending 15 million euros to Photon Energy, a regional renewable energy producer, to support its activity in Romania and Poland. The EBRD’s investment will enable Photon to complete the construction of a portfolio of six solar parks in Romaniawith a total installed capacity of 29 MW. This, in

Romania: Chinese companies exit solar tender after EU probe Read More »

Romania: Chinese companies exit solar tender after EU probe

Two Chinese solar panel manufacturers have withdrawn from a public procurement tender in Romania after the EU launched a foreign subsidy probe. The European Commission started an investigation in April into two consortiums suspected of receiving subsidies that Brussels feared would undercut rivals in Europe.  After the Chinese-owned firms withdrew their bid, the commission said it would

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