Center for renewable energy resources to open in 2007
Wednesday, October 5, 2005, 17:21
A Hungarian and three Austrian companies have jointly won EU support to establish a center for renewable energy resources in Western Hungary in 2007, the Hungarian company's director told the press. The EU's Interreg III programme will provide 75% of the total Ft 174 million (700,000) to be spent on constructing a two-story building in Nagypáli, to be used as a show-room and eco-consulting center, Sándor Kasza, managing director of non-profit company Zala County Development Kht said. All energy for the building will be supplied from renewable energy, including solar energy, biomass and wind. Construction will start next spring.