People who fly to Latvia, Lithuania or Norway from Tallinn Airport can now rent unlimited 3G internet tablet computers from the airport to use in these countries, reports Postimees Online. The rental of the computer is 3 euros per day for Latvia and Lithuania and 5 euros for Norway. “Although nowadays many people have their own mobile devices and free wireless internet connection is not rare, tourists face some difficulties. To be always connected and have unlimited access to the Internet, it is better to use a 3G connection, but then they see the astronomical figure on the bill when they return home,” said head of the project, Estonian start-up company iGOonline board member Yevgeni Yakovlev. Yakovlev said that in the near future, they intend to start renting tablet computers also to people who are going to Sweden, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, UK and Finland.
Estonian energy and water management solutions company Filter AS concluded a contract with Lietuvos Energijos Gamyba for carrying out the Elektrenai heating station-boiler house project; the price of the contract is 30.3 million euros, reports Aripaev. The new station will be completed in the spring of 2015. Filter carries out the project together with Kauno Energo Remontas. The heating plant is an extension of the Lithuanian Power Plant near the town of Elektrenai. LPP is the biggest Lithuanian power station with total capacity of 1,955 MW. The Elektrenai heating station will be the biggest producer of heating from bio-fuel in Lithuania. Filter has subsidiaries in Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Belarusia and Bulgaria. Filter Group total turnover was 63 million euros in 2012 and the 2013 forecast is 70 million euros.