‘100% European Materials’ Promised At 250 MW Bulgarian Module Plant

Europe’s ongoing efforts to preserve solar manufacturing within the continent got a small boost with the installation of a 250 MW automated production plant in Bulgaria. Set up by Italian solar manufacturing machinery producer Ecoprogetti, the plant is owned by Bulgarian company Solar Panel Eood and will produce solar modules in an automated process with […]

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Greece-Based Electric Utility Firm To Develop 2GW Solar Farm In Europe

European Electric Utility firm PPC Group and Greek metal company MYTILINEOS Energy & Metals have announced that they have signed a Cooperation Framework Agreement (CFA) for the development and construction of a portfolio of solar projects up to 2000MW in Italy, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania. According to a media statement by PPC Group, the value […]

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Central, Eastern Europe Adds 39% Electricity From RE: EMBER

Central and Eastern European countries are advancing towards their renewables ambition, but EMBER report found it to be insufficient with their potential.  The EMBER report on, “Empowering Central and Eastern Europe” underlines the importance of upcoming Three Seas Initiative Summit to secure a low cost, resilient and interconnected clean power system. It mentioned, “In 2023, […]

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Sungrow Opens DC Fast Charging Station Across Locations In Europe

Sungrow, a clean energy solution firm, has announced the IDC180E Integrated DC Fast Charging Station. Since its launch, the IDC180E has been deployed and is operational across multiple countries and regions, including France, Germany, Bulgaria, and beyond. It represented a shift in electric vehicle (EV) charging technology, the IDC180E redefined standards with its innovative features […]

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Bulgaria May Add 4.9 GW of Renewable Energy by 2031

According to a draft plan created by the Electricity System Operator (ESO), the transmission authority of Bulgaria, the country is expected to see an increase of 5.9 GW in the overall national power capacity by 2031. Out of this, 4.9 GW is expected to come from renewable sources. The ESO document says that the total […]

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