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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 01.04.2020, 23:34

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Hydrogen-powered trolleybuses put into service in Riga

Hydrogen-powered trolleybuses put into service in Riga

25.03.2020

In Riga, hydrogen-powered trolleybuses on the 4th trolleybus route Central Market - Smerlis have been put into service, Baiba Bartasevica, representative of the Riga municipal transportation company Rigas Satiksme, informed LETA.

Keyword tags: Ecology, Good for Business, Innovations, Latvia, Transport



Estonia: Adven will design Porto Franco's environment-friendly renewable energy solution

Estonia: Adven will design Porto Franco's environment-friendly renewable energy solution

24.03.2020

Porto Franco, one of the largest real estate projects ever implemented in Estonia which will cost approximately 190 million euros, struck an agreement with Adven, provider of energy solutions, as a result of which the entire cooling system of Porto Franco will be based on renewable energy, informed Porto Franco OÜ representatives.

European “green deal”: benefits for business and consumers

European “green deal”: benefits for business and consumers

18.03.2020

The Commission’s “green deal” adopted in December 2019, represents a European ambitious plan towards a climate-neutral circular economy, strengthened competitiveness, protecting the environment and giving additional rights to consumers. The “green deal” requires the member states’ governments to take decisive actions in adopting circular economy plans as the main part of new EU priorities.


Bolt lowers price of electric car category in Tallinn

Bolt lowers price of electric car category in Tallinn

13.03.2020

Starting Friday, the Estonian ride-hailing platform Bolt is lowering the prices of its electric vehicle category to be equal with the prices of its regular Bolt category -- the aim of the price change is to support an environmentally friendly mode of transport and the development of electric transport in Tallinn, reported LETA/BNS.

Green thinking driving commercial real estate market as demand for environmentally certified buildings grow amongst tenants and investors

Green thinking driving commercial real estate market as demand for environmentally certified buildings grow amongst tenants and investors

05.03.2020

Due to the increasing interest of tenants and investors, East Capital Real Estate has started actively mapping and certifying environmental efficiency of its real estate portfolio. In February the Metro Plaza office building received the BREEAM (Building Research Establishment’s Environmental Assessment Method) certificate, which is issued according to the most highly valued assessment method in the world. In summer of last year this certificate was also issued to the A13 office building located in Mustamäe that, too, belongs to the portfolio of East Capital Real Estate.


03.03.2020

EBRD set to exit Lithuania's E Energija, General Electric to invest in its wind project

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is set to exit E Energija, a Lithuania-based energy group, but is ready to lend money for its green energy projects, according to the Verslo Zinios information reported LETA/BNS.

02.03.2020

Two firms to build 50 wind turbines in Lithuania's Akmene district

Vejo Parkai, a company owned by Enefit Green, a subsidiary of Estonia's Eesti Energia, and foreign-owned Windfarm Akmene One are planning to build a total of around 50 wind turbines with a total capacity of almost 300 megawatts (MW) in the northern Lithuanian district of Akmene, informed LETA/BNS.

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