Solar systems and components manufacturers in South-East Europe
In the previous issue of South-East European INDUSTRIAL Мarket we presented you some of the leading PV companies in Turkey and Greece - countries which are among the fast growing manufacturers of solar systems and components in the region. In the current issue of the edition you may learn more about some of the large companies producing solar systems in Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia and other SEE countries (Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, etc.). The information in the article is based on materials provided by the companies or published on their web-sites.
- Hermes Solar
- Integral 2005
- International Power Supply (IPS)
- NES - New Energy Systems
- New Solar Technologies
- Solarpro Holding
- Woodward IDS Bulgaria
REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
- Eko Solar
- KMG EOL Kvazar
OTHER SEE MANUFACTURERS
- Altius Fotovoltaic
- Inversolar Energy
- Struja iz prirode
- Krucik akumulatori - Krusik batteries
- Iskra Zascite
- Plan-net Solar
LATEST issue 2/2022
Bulgartransgaz and the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) have signed Grant Agreement for co-financing of the UGS Chiren Expansion Project. The signing of the agreement was marked at an official ceremony in Luxembourg...
EBRD’s Green Cities Programme helps Sarajevo on its way to sustainability. 40 buildings in the city will be renovated as part of a newproject, financed with an EUR 8 million EBRD loan and a EUR 2 million European Union (EU) grant...
Eco Wave is the only B2B trade fair for environmental technologies in Slovenia and the CEE region. It is designed in 7 modules – Water and sewage, Waste Management and Recycling, Air Quality, Renewable Energy, Soil Decontamination, Environmental technologies and Analysis and Laboratory Techniques and ICT. When will the exhibition take place in 2022 - find out here...
Advanced Battery Concepts (ABC) and Bulgaria’s Monbat agreed on a product development program for the design of a commercial bipolar battery, based on ABC’s patented GreenSeal technology, for mass scale production at a future Monbat manufacturing 1 GWh facility to be built in Bulgaria...
Switzerland’s Axpo announced that two wind farms are in the planning stage in Romania. They will together have 38 wind turbines and a capacity of approximately 250 MW. Details about the procest you will find in the latest issue 2/2022 here...
Holcim Croatia, a unit of building materials producer LafargeHolcim, announced it will receive a further grant of HRK 5 million (EUR 664 000) from Innovation Norway, a Norwegian government financial instrument, for a HRK 12,8 million project for low-carbon cement production. Read more in the latest issue here...