20 per cent of Romanian population between 25 and 40 live and work abroad
Latvia: average gross monthly wage in 2017 up 7.9 per cent
Norwegians invest EUR18.7m in a biomass-fuelled power plant in Croatia
Slovakia: construction sector in December 2017 with the sharpest drop in EU
Estonia was urged to reinforce regional cooperation in offshore power generation and stimulate Baltic wind power cooperation as the North Sea wind power forges ahead.
Two recent reports highlight the difficulties faced by clean energy proponents in Europe and Poland. How can we reconcile the introduction of and investment in renewable energy with acceptable costs?
It’s probably a good time to associate the Baltic states with renewable energy as a new, very environmentally-friendly ship is agreed and Baltic renewable energy efforts are praised in a report.
As Poland produces over 80 per cent of its electricity from bituminous coal and lignite, and Polish power stations are often obsolete, Poland has the biggest energy problem in the EU.
Serbia’s energy minister Aleksandar Antic said that Serbia needs more investment in renewable energy projects, mainly to relieve pressure on Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), the sole power producer.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is launching an EUR100m Green Economy Financing Facility (GEFF) for the country to support Romanian households to save energy and money.
Czech Finance Minister: we may not afford road construction and R&D
Average wages in Poland are increasing
The Finnish utility company, Fortum plans to build a photovoltaic plant in Estonia near Tartu, the Baltic state's second largest city.