Institutional meeting was held in Benevento, Italy on April 12th
The recent institutional meeting on April 12th, attended by notable figures including Vidmantas Janulevičius, the President of Lithuanian Industrialists, Dalia Keivienė, the Lithuanian Ambassador to Italy, Luigi Barone, the President of Asi of the Province of Benevento, and Ugo Meucci, the Secretary General of the Italian-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce, highlighted the economic and cultural significance of the €50 million investment in the new SoliTek factory in Benevento, marking a milestone partnership between Lithuania and Italy.
This partnership is expected to have a positive impact on the economy of Benevento and the surrounding region, as the SoliTek factory plans to have an annual production capacity of 600 MW for solar panels and 1 GW for residential batteries. It will create over 300 new job positions, with a special focus on promoting gender diversity by hiring women. Regional authorities will also provide help with training opportunities for young people to support the project and decrease the unemployment rate in the region.
The establishment of the SoliTek factory is expected to stimulate the renewable energy industry in Benevento and drive economic growth in the region, setting a new benchmark for collaboration and innovation between Lithuania and Italy, and paving the way for a brighter and more sustainable future.
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In a significant stride towards enhancing the synergy between Malta and Lithuania in renewable energy, SoliTek, a pioneer in the sector, was honored to host the President of Malta, Mr. George Vella, at its administrative and production facilities on February 28th. This prestigious visit underscores the shared vision and commitment of Lithuania and Malta towards achieving net-zero targets within the renewable energy landscape.
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