IE-Energy, a startup company based in Rijeka, received approval for a subsidy of 19.8 million euros for the project to build an electrical energy storage system at the grid level.
US-based financial and technological executives want Croatia to be the future Silicon Valley of Europe.
The Italian interference that hindered the reception of Croatian TV channels along the Adriatic coast for decades has been eliminated, ensuring the conditions for the unobstructed reception of existing Croatian radio and TV programs, further development of terrestrial television services, and free implementation of the 5G network in Croatia.
The first 200 street lamps have recently been installed by the authorities in the city’s outer neighborhoods, but they should shortly total 1,000.
Thanks to its geographical position and abundance of water, sun and wind, Croatia could become a leader in the production of green energy and an energy hub in this part of Europe, it was concluded at the REPowerEU conference in Zagreb.
Deutsche Telekom customers are vacationing with 5G this year! Just in time for the start of the tourist season, DT has finalized contracts with 63 partners to make the fast mobile communications standard available abroad.
The European Union is working to reshape its volatile 5G network implementation and aims to include Big Tech companies’ largest platforms to cover the cost.
The Commission previously stated that the Digital Markets Act would come into force in Oc-tober! The aim is to take action against potential infringement committed by the most domi-nant companies in the IT industry: Amazon, Apple, Google, Meta, and Microsoft.
The European Commission announced in Amsterdam on April 25 that it had approved a two-billion-euro Italian scheme to support the rollout of 5G of mobile networks through the Recovery and Resilience Facility.
According to the European Commission’s 2021 edition of the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI), Croatia has moved up to 19th place, but the biggest step forward has been made by investing in the development of the 5G network.