Participation at the 23rd International Economy Fair in Mostar

Between 5-9th April our company attended the 23rd International Economy Fair in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. After a two-year break, caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the expo will be held. The event has a special reputation in the region, which shows by the participation of exhibitors from about 20 countries, and the continuation of the tradition of organizing sub-fair events, thematic conferences, professional gatherings, round tables, promotions, workshops and many other events. Hungary is this year’s partner country, and its economic subjects are permanent participants of the International Economy Fair in Mostar from the very beginning. Thanks to the organization of HEPA Hungarian Export Promotion Agency, we are members of the Hungarian section. Also worth mentioning is that yesterday our colleague, Arnold Kovacs, participated in the panel discussion on Energy.

More EU support from 2022

It is expected that from 06.12.2021, new grant opportunities will open up for residential use across the country, providing 100% non-repayable grants to individuals. The application "Support for residential solar systems and electrification of heating systems combined with solar PV systems" is currently in draft status, so the conditions and criteria are not yet finalised. This tender will provide a unique opportunity to reduce costs and achieve a greener future for tens of thousands of Hungarian households. As soon as the exact application criteria are finalised, we will provide information on this.


Completed our latest power plant

 Not far from Sümeg Castle situates our newest solar power plant with a total capacity of 25 MW, consisting of 4 separate power plants. The development took place on an area of 500,000 square meters, and about 62,000 solar panels were installed during the huge investment, which, thanks to its operation, will reduce the country's carbon dioxide emissions by tens of thousands of tons annually.

The construction of the switch- and transformer stations was also executed by STS Group. The switching station was connected to the public network by splitting the 132 kV transmission line of Ajka Power Plant - Sümeg.

The investment, with a total cost of HUF 7 billion, covers the electricity needs of 10,000 households, appr. 30,000 people. The investor was the Enprotech company group. The solar park was equipped with high-quality solar panels and German inverters. 

Our brand new website has been launched!

After a minor redesign, our brand new website has been launched. Find out about our latest news and other industry updates via our interactive website.

If you're interested in green solutions and technological innovations, you're sure to find useful and entertaining content on our site.