Mr Giorgio Zappacosta on 27th October 2011 was appointed Standing Statutory Auditor of the University Luspio’s (Rome) Board of Statutory Auditors.
Thanks to the vast agricultural potential in Hungary, most of the green energy forecasted by the end of 2013 will be manufactured by solid biomass and biogas.Due to this high potential of farms and forests (which enables biogas manufacturing), this is currently the most used renewable energy.
The Japanese electronics company Sanyo has begun manufacturing photovoltaic cells in its Hungarian plant in Dorog. The investment into this factory has been 4.5 billion Hungarian Forints, moreover 300 new jobs have been generated.
WELtec BioPower is a German manufacturer and distributor for biogas plants, and has now begun the construction of a biogas plant in Szeged, Hungary, for the Hungarian operator Zöldforrás Energia, subsidiary of DÉMÁSZ.
PannErgy - a Hungarian renewable energy company - has finalised the acquisition of the geothermal company Berekfürdő Energia. The value of the acquired company is HUF 200 million, and the annual electric power capacity is 320 kW, whilst the heating power is 450 kW.
Source: Il Ponte, n.31