Lithuania: Elektrum Lietuva expanding

Independent power supplier Elektrum Lietuva, a part of Latvian energy group Latvenergo, is launching a new business and will help residents and businesses to install solar panels this month already. Elektrum Lietuva CEO Martynas Gina says the company is the first on the market to provide such services. Elektrum Lietuva has been operating in Lithuania…

Turkmenistan: Iranian firms keen to involve in construction projects

Iranian companies are interested in taking part in motorway and road construction projects in Turkmenistan, Abbas Ahmad Akhoundi, the Islamic Republic’s Roads and Urban Development minister, said. Akhoundi made the remarks on the sidelines of a meeting with Turkmenistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister Rasit Meredow in Tehran. The parties held talks on participation of Iranian companies…

Georgia: European partners to help reform energy sector

The Government of Georgia, the German government-owned development bank KFW and the French Development Agency (AFD) have signed a declaration on launching reforms for developing the energy market in Georgia and improve energy efficiency in the country. As Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili stated at the government meeting, the development of the country’s energy field…

Ukraine: Ryanair in talks with five airports

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is holding talks with five Ukrainian cities about opening new flights, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said. “We are currently negotiating with five other Ukrainian cities. Maybe we will open our flights there next summer. I think that we will develop in Ukraine very aggressively and quickly increase the pace of our…