Mihai Chirica, the mayor of the city of Iași, has announced that 18 trams and 25 electric buses will be purchased with funds from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR).
The general mayor of the capital, Nicuşor Dan, has announced that 100 electric busses have arrived at the STB Bujoreni depot and are to be put into circulation.
The first installment of electric buses purchased through the Green Line project has arrived in Valea Jiului.
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.
ATP Trucks Automobile, a Romanian company producing road transport vehicles and people, delivered the first batch of 10 ATP Bus electric buses to the city of Vișeu de Sus.
The town halls of Ploiești, Oradea, and Iași launched tenders for the purchase of 87 electric buses.
The Bucharest Transport Company (STB) is launching a tender for the purchase, through operational leasing, of 70 eight-meter electric buses. STB, the main public transport company in Bucharest and Ilfov county, has published an announcement in this regard on the Electronic Public Procurement System. The estimated total value of the contract is €50.48 million.
ABB E-mobility supplied Constanta with its latest fast charging technology, powering the city's electric buses and accelerating its transition to emission-free mobility. Constanta installed five 300 kW HVC-PD (Heavy Vehicle Charger Pantograph Down) and twenty 50 kW Terra 54 HV fast charging stations to power its BYD electric bus fleet. All charging stations installed in Constanta are Cloud connected through ABB Ability™, facilitating remote software upgrades.
The Bucharest Transport Company (STB) wants to buy 100 electric buses through leasing. Buses must be 12 meters long and have a RAR type approval certificate (Romanian Auto Registry) or an approval certificate granted by the competent authorities of the member states of the European Union, in the M3 category.
26 electric buses purchased from Turkey, with European funds, will circulate on the roads of the cities of the Jiului Valley this year. The purchase contract was signed this week by the Hunedoara County Council and the Anadolu Automobil Rom company, and the cars must be delivered to Hunedoara County by October 31, 2023. The green line of electric buses will serve four routes totaling 125 kilometers each way -returned.
Braşov City Hall is launching a tender for the construction of the largest garage for electric buses in Romania. The investment, carried out from European funds, exceeds RON141 million (€28.2 million), without VAT.
The mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Emil Boc, announced that the municipality is buying 18 electric buses, based on a contract worth €16 million. The auction has already been completed and the delivery period is 12 months.
Brașov City Hall has obtained new funding through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) for the purchase of electric buses.
Romania had 110,355 prosumers by the end of 2023, with an installed capacity of 1,442 MW.
Renovatio is set to finalize the photovoltaic project at Electrocentrale Borzesti by the end of April 2024, with a planned installed capacity of 50 MW.
EBRD has approved a €6 million loan for KAM, a leading food retailer in North Macedonia.
Six sectors were responsible for carbon dioxide emissions resulting from energy consumption, namely agriculture and fisheries, buildings, electricity, industry, and transportation.
The overarching goal is for Hidroelectrica to emerge as a leading force and pivotal player in Romania's energy transition.