The authorities in Cluj have announced that they would buy 34 electric school minibusses for the students in the county.
Alstom has announced is investing over €50 million to establish a state-of-the-art depot in Bucharest, for the maintenance of the new Coradia Stream electric passenger trains.
OMV will start building a network of 28 ultra-fast electric car charging stations on the country's high-traffic routes by the end of the year.
The Timis County Council has given the green light to purchase electric minibusses for schoolchildren.
The vice mayor of the capital, Stelian Bujduveanu, has announced that the first 51 BMC electric buses have arrived in Romania.
The electric car battery recycling sector in the European Union (EU) will require €9 billion investment to expand capacity by 2035 to keep pace with increased production, according to the “EU recycling market” report by strategy&, PwC's global strategy practice.
The first Romanian hybrid locomotive built 100% in Romania, has started operating in Curtici, in Arad County, at the intermodal terminal of a logistics company.
The first installment of electric buses purchased through the Green Line project has arrived in Valea Jiului.
MEPs back new rules to reduce road transport emissions.
EVconnect, the network of charging stations for electric vehicles and a partner of EVBox, has installed another 20 fast charging stations in gas stations in the west of Romania.
12,000 electric cars have been registered in Bulgaria to date, which represents over 50% growth compared to 7,800 registered in 2022, announced Boryana Koleva, chief expert in the "National Transport Policy" Directorate of the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
Bulgaria's western municipality of Kyustendil has said it launched a 5.16 million levs ($2.8 million/€2.6 million) tender for the delivery of electric buses and their charging stations.
FNM has presented, together with the manufacturer Alstom, a global leader in smart and sustainable mobility, the Coradia Stream train powered by hydrogen.
Gebrüder Weiss is doubling its electric road fleet.
The City Hall of the Capital is to install 50 recharging stations for electric vehicles, with two recharging points each, on 11 sites in the City of Bucharest.
BRD Groupe Société Générale, in cooperation with Eldrive Romania, started this month the first phase of a pilot project to install charging stations for electric cars at the branches in Galati and Timișoara.
The share of electric cars in the European car market exceeded, for the first time, the 20% threshold in August, according to the figures published by The European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).
A pilot hydrogen-powered bus has been tested in the past week through the streets of Kaunas and Vilnius, in Lithuania, according to ceenergynews.com.
Eldrive Romania and Cosmopolis have put into use 11 charging stations for the residents and visitors of the residential complex, where 14 electric vehicles can be charged simultaneously.
70% of jet fuels at EU airports will have to be green by 2050.
Botoșani County Council announces that three electric school minibusses purchased through a program of the Ministry of Development, have arrived in Botosani County.
The Sibiu County Council requests non-refundable money for 13 more electric school minibusses.
e-Mobility Rentals has launched a solution which includes microelectric vehicles that operate on universal batteries that can be exchanged at any swap station within the e-Mobility Rentals network.
According to the latest EU data, the car market continues its upward trend, with sales surging in July for the twelfth consecutive month of growth.
Egger Romania applies a zero-tolerance policy towards illegal logging and implements the strictest controls on all its wood suppliers, says Commercial Director Alina Chifan. She talked to Green Forum about the company's initiatives regarding sustainability and the biggest difficulties in implementing sustainability actions.
Bulgaria aims to be among the 20 countries in the world with a working hydrogen valley, says Minister of Innovation and Growth in Bulgaria, Milena Stoycheva.
The companies Mytilineos and Karatzis have signed a power purchase agreement (PPA), allowing for the construction of three large photovoltaic plants in Greece.
Romania has signed the accession to the International Solar Alliance (ISA), a strong commitment of the Romanian government to support and promote solar energy as the main source of clean and sustainable energy.
The European Parliament has announced a deal with the Council to reduce industrial emissions.