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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 26.05.2017, 23:56

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Ten hydrogen-powered trolleybuses and filling station to cost EUR 16 miln to Rigas Satiksme

Ten hydrogen-powered trolleybuses and filling station to cost EUR 16 miln to Rigas Satiksme

16.05.2017

onstruction of a hydrogen station and ten hydrogen-powered trolleybuses will cost EUR 16.1 mln with half of the amount to be co-financed by the EU, Rigas Satiksme municipal public transport company said.

Keyword tags: Ecology, EU – Baltic States, Good for Business, Innovations, Latvia, Technology, Transport



RMK to soon decide on auction of Tootsi wind farm plot

RMK to soon decide on auction of Tootsi wind farm plot

12.05.2017

The supervisory board of the Estonian state forest manager RMK held a meeting on Friday to decided how to hold the auction of the Tootsi wind farm plot and a decision regarding the auction should be made in the next few days, informed LETA/BNS.

Danish co DGE buys Hendrikson & Ko in Estonia

Danish co DGE buys Hendrikson & Ko in Estonia

10.05.2017

The Danish consultancy for environmental sustainability DGE has acquired the Estonian environmental management consultancy Hendrikson & Ko, reports LETA/BNS.


Riga Zoo to build Environmental Education Center for EUR 1.55 million

Riga Zoo to build Environmental Education Center for EUR 1.55 million

20.04.2017

Riga National Zoo is planning to build an Environmental Education Center for EUR 1.55 million, LETA was told at the Riga City Council which owns the zoo.

Estonian parlt adopts amendment to restrict use of plastic bags

Estonian parlt adopts amendment to restrict use of plastic bags

21.03.2017

The Estonian parliament on Tuesday adopted a law of amendments to the Packaging Act which will restrict the use of plastic bags in Estonia, reports LETA/BNS.


15.03.2017

Acting mayor to go over waste tenders with Sarapuu

Acting mayor of Tallinn Taavi Aas has said he intends to examine the details of the waste disposal tenders held by the City of Tallinn with Deputy Mayor Arvo Sarapuu in the light of claims that the deputy mayor responsible for waste removal secretly holds a stake in the company Baltic Waste Management (BWM), reports LETA/BNS.

14.03.2017

Latvia has third largest share of renewables in gross energy consumption

Latvia has the third largest share of renewable energies in gross final energy consumption among the EU member states, according to the latest Eurostat data for 2015.

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