Irish company to invest in alternative energy in Belarus
GOMEL, 18 May (BelTA) - The Irish company Pure Energy Intelligence intends to invest in the development of alternative energy in Belarus, the company CEO Torsten Merkel told journalists at the Gomel Economic Forum.
“In Belarus we are going to develop projects on the use of solar energy, wind and biogas. According to our company's estimates, long-term investment in these areas may amount up to $8 billion,” the businessman said.
The Irish company plans to build solar power stations in Gomel Oblast. The investment agreement was signed at the Gomel Economic Forum on 18 May. According to the business plan, so-called solar parks will be constructed at the area of more than 110 hectares in Bragin and Yelsk Districts in 2013-2016. Once up and running, solar power plants will generate 28MW. Electricity will be used for oblast needs.
GOMEL, 18 June (BelTA) ? In June 2013 Belarusian Steel Works (BMZ
trademark) has shipped a sample batch of 2.6 tonnes of 1.26mm
bronze-coated wire to the Lipetsk-based factory of the Japanese company
Yokohama, BelTA learnt from Spokesman for BMZ Alexander Olesik.
The sample products were tested at the technical laboratory of Belarusian
Steel Works. The products comply with all the nece...
GOMEL, 30 May (BelTA) ? A delegation of Chernigov Oblast led by Deputy
Chairman of the Regional State Administration Alexander Shanoilo studied
the work of the agricultural industry of Mozyr District, BelTA learnt from
the press service of the Gomel Oblast Executive Committee.
According to the delegation (that included 14 people), their interest in
studying agricultural practices of Mo...
GOMEL, 24 May (BelTA) ? The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
has plans to support the development of small enterprises in Gomel Oblast,
UNDP Resident Coordinator in Belarus Sanaka Samarasinha told BelTA during
his visit to the oblast. On 24 May he held talks with Chairman of the
Gomel Oblast Executive Committee Vladimir Dvornik.
?The development of small business will be one ...
GOMEL, 20 May (BelTA) ? The Belarusian-Chinese agricultural mechanical
engineering joint venture Harbin Dong Jin Gomel (Heilongjiang Province,
China) has started manufacturing five-row ear corn harvesters, BelTA
learned from Igor Korotkevich, Head of the Non-CIS Sales Office of the
Belarusian industrial group Gomselmash.
In his words, the novelty will replace the four-row harvester, whi...
MINSK, 18 May (BelTA) ? An agreement on cooperation and establishing
friendly ties, expansion of the bilateral cooperation has been signed by
the administration of the town of Lucca, Toscana Province, Italy and the
administration of Rogachev District, Gomel Oblast, BelTA learned from the
press service of the Gomel Oblast Executive Committee.
The document was signed during the visit of L...
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