Romania is making significant strides towards a greener future as European Energy, a Danish company, plans to complete the world’s largest e-methanol and green hydrogen production facility in the country by 2023.
On the site of a defunct hydroelectric project on the Olt River from Romania’s communist era, the Romanian energy business Hidroelectrica intends to build a 300 MW solar photovoltaic and green hydrogen project in Brasov County (central Romania).
A Romanian plan to use funds from the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) totaling €149 million to subsidize the nation’s…
The deadline for project applications is July 31.
The 160-seat trains will run on major lines that aren’t yet electrified, such as every half hour between Bucharest Central Station and the airport, every hour between Bucharest and Pitesti, and so on.