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New joint application for CEF funding for electricity infrastructure, made by transmission system operators from the Baltic States and Poland

New joint application for CEF funding for electricity infrastructure, made by transmission system operators from the Baltic States and Poland

27.05.2020

Transmission system operators from the Baltic States and Poland today submitted a joint application for funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). Together, Litgrid (Lithuania), Augstsprieguma tīkls (Latvia), Elering AS (Estonia) and PSE (Poland) are requesting financial support for the so called second stage of the Synchronization – including construction of the interconnector Harmony Link, synchronous condensers, national grids' reinforcement, and upgrade of IT control systems, all of which will facilitate connecting Baltic States with the Continental European Network.

Keyword tags: Construction, Cooperation, Energy, Energy Market, EU – Baltic States, Financial Services



Estonia: In the first quarter, there was more repair and reconstruction work done

Estonia: In the first quarter, there was more repair and reconstruction work done

26.05.2020

According to Statistics Estonia, in the first quarter of 2020, the total production of Estonian construction enterprises in Estonia and abroad increased by 7% year on year. The construction volume increased in Estonia, but decreased in foreign countries.

Real estate developer promising to preserve historic Kalasadam fishing port in Estonia

Real estate developer promising to preserve historic Kalasadam fishing port in Estonia

22.05.2020

Listed Estonian realtor Pro Kapital Grupp, which is developing the Kalarand area in North Tallinn, said that the fear of the Kalasadam fishing port becoming a pond is unfounded and the port will be preserved, the daily Postimees writes, cites LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian construction sector to shrink 30% in 2020

Lithuanian construction sector to shrink 30% in 2020

21.05.2020

Lithuanian construction sector participants forecast that the industry will contract by 30% this year, the daily Kauno Diena reported on May 21st, citing the results of a survey carried out by the Lithuanian Builders' Association (LSA), informs LETA/BNS.

Estonia may forgo environmental impact assessment in border construction

Estonia may forgo environmental impact assessment in border construction

21.05.2020

The Estonian government is about to discuss on Thursday a proposal of the Interior Ministry for an environmental impact assessment to be not conducted for the construction of border infrastructure on the Estonian-Russian border, writes LETA/BNS.


15.05.2020

In Q1, there were 2,009 new buildings completed in Lithuania

In I quarter 2020, there were 2,009 new residential and non-residential buildings completed, i.e. by 14.2% more than in the respective quarter of 2019. Over the quarter, 1,856 new residential buildings with 3,462 dwellings were completed, of which 60.2% – in individual houses.

12.05.2020

Estonian Railways seeking builder for new Paldiski Road viaduct

The state-owned Estonian railway company Estonian Railways on Monday announced a construction procurement for the construction of a new railway viaduct across Paldiski Road for entrance to the Baltic Jaam railway station in Tallinn, writes LETA/BNS.

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