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INA Fuels Green Transition with €98 Million Renewables Investment

Croatian oil company INA is steering a green course with a €98 million plunge into renewable energy...

UNDP Backs Launch of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s First Interactive Solar Atlas

In a significant move towards renewable energy, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Bosnia and Herzegovina has facilitated the launch of the country's...

Milica Uraz, CEO, Steel Impex

Transform Waste into a Valuable Resource

Thanks to constant innovations and work to improve quality over the past 15 years, Steel Impex has become the leader of Serbia’s waste recycling...

Derventa’s Robotic Waiters Serve Up a Tech-Fueled Dining Experience

In Derventa, a pioneering town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the hospitality industry is experiencing a technological revolution, serving up a futuristic dining experience. Here,...

Electrifying Alliance as Rimac Revs Up BMW’s Battery Blueprint

In a bold charge into the future of electric mobility, Rimac Technology has electrified the automotive scene with a monumental partnership with the esteemed...

Hungary Unveils Largest Green Hydrogen Refinery

In Sazhalombatta, Hungary, not far from Budapest, the largest green hydrogen refinery in the region has been ceremonially launched, marking a significant milestone in...

Regional Electricity Market Strengthened by Slovenia, Serbia and Hungary

Slovenia, Serbia and Hungary have combined their electric power exchanges in a partnership energy project, as announced by the government. The agreement to merge...

Marko Bolanča Appointed to Addiko Bank’s Executive Board by ECB and Croatian National Bank

The European Central Bank (ECB) and the Croatian National Bank (HNB) have confirmed Marko Bolanča as the new Executive Board member of Addiko Bank...

EPCG Reports €52.4 Million Net Profit for 2023

Electroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) has announced a net profit of €52.4 million for the year 2023, marking a significant financial achievement for the Montenegrin...

Mostar Takes Action to Preserve UNESCO Heritage Status

The initiative, a collaboration with UNESCO, aims to address numerous irregularities threatening the area's heritage status. Elvira Dilberović, the acting director of the Mostar Tourist...

EIB Investments in Western Balkans and Ukraine Offer Business Prospects for Croatian Companies

At a conference organised by the Croatian Employers' Association (HUP) in collaboration with the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Ministry of Finance, it...

Serbia and France Sign Memorandum for Nuclear Program Development

The Serbian Cabinet has ratified a Memorandum of Understanding with the French Electric Power Company (EDF), establishing a long-term partnership for dialogue and collaboration...

Croatia Celebrates Third UNESCO Geopark at Biokovo-Imotski Lakes

In a splendid display of natural heritage recognition, Croatia has polished its emerald credentials with the declaration of the "Biokovo – Imotski Lakes" as...

EU and EP Agree on €6 Billion Aid Package for Western Balkans

The European Commission introduced the Instrument for Reforms and Growth for the Western Balkans last year, covering the period from 2024 to 2027, comprising...

Zagreb’s Historic Water Infrastructure Overhaul

Tomislav Tomašević, the Mayor of Zagreb, has announced Project Zagreb, a transformative plan to revamp the city's water supply and sewage systems. With a...

Maria Boldor, Horváth Consulting

It Pays Off To Prioritise ESG

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