Resalta Completes Lighting Project for bERS in Musachevo

Resalta has completed a lighting renovation project for bERS logistics at their facility in Musachevo, Bulgaria. The client is an industry leader in logistics services, including warehousing, shipping and e-commerce support, with facilities throughout Bulgaria. The client chose to renovate lighting at its Musachevo logistics center, near Sofia, in order …

Resalta Enters Polish Market Through Joint Venture with Luneos

Resalta is pleased to announce the launch of its new joint venture with the Polish energy transition service provider Luneos. Through the new venture, Resalta enters the next stage of its international expansion and begins operations in Poland. The joint venture will combine the two companies’ strengths, with the aim …

The First Solar Plant Owned by the Citizens in Croatia

Even though the price of solar panels is constantly decreasing, a solar plant is still out of most citizens’ budget. However, what if we split its construction costs with 52 people and get a 4.5 per cent annual interest rate on the invested funds? Sounds tempting, right? Technological solutions are available, …

EU Grants €6m for Energy Efficient Solutions

An investment totalling €4 million (£3.4m) has been granted for further development of energy efficiency services and renewable energy solutions in Europe. Resalta offers tailored energy efficiency solutions to public and private organisations through the Energy Service Company (ESCO) model, covering everything from project design, implementation, operations and maintenance to …

Hydropower Balkans 2018

Second annual International investment Summit and Exhibition “Hydropower Balkans 2018” (6-8 November 2018, Budva, Montenegro) is a dedicated platform bringing together ministers, major investors, decision-makers of flagship hydropower plants, and investment project initiators, as well as regulators, in a concerted effort to efficiently execute key projects for HPP construction and …

Croatian Firm Lent €130m for Efficient Heat and Power Units

A Croatian energy company has been granted loans totalling €130 million (£116m) for new electricity and heat co-generation units. HEP will replace outdated oil and gas-fired turbines and boilers with modern, efficient and environmentally friendly systems in the capital city of Zagreb. The capacity of the two combined cycle gas …