Finland lends hand to e-residencyEstonian news
- ESTCube team makes first contract for building space camerasEstonian newsESTCube-1, Estonia’s first satellite to be sent to the Earth’s orbit in cooperation with the University of Tartu, Tartu Observatory and other research institutions, took images of such excellent quality, as experts say, that now the Tartu researchers are getting first orders from the space industry. In January 2017 the first custom-made space camera will be mounted to the students’ satellite of the European Space Agency.
- Initiatives need to be implemented soonEstonian newsThe prime minister's economic development working group, headed by Erkki Raasuke, presented its report to the public and the incoming coalition yesterday. The working group was paradoxically called to life by outgoing Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas, while the fruits of its labor will now benefit his three biggest competitors.
- Digital registration underusedEstonian newsWhile the state is considering how to create a national digital registration center, expensive digital solutions of hospitals have not paid off. Estonians want to pick up the phone, even if put on hold for a long time, and tell the doctor what's wrong, instead of wrestling with ID-card passwords – as put by hospitals.
- Хийумаасцы подписали договор о сотрудничестве с Японией в сфере зеленой экономикиRus.Postimees.eeПредставители Хийумаа и японской компании Your Energy Development Co Ltd, заключили в минувший четверг договор о сотрудничестве, главная цель которого — развитие зеленой экономики. В числе прочего, в рамках сотрудничества предполагается возвести на Хийумаа комбистанцию, которая будет способствовать автономному снабжению острова продуктами питания и энергией, сообщили BNS из Хийуской уездной управы.
- So an Estonian enterprise up and establishes headquarters on Mauritius E-tiger makes African bounce @ onceEstonian news
- Editorial: Ida-Viru County needs a vision for the futureEstonian newsIda-Virumaa and its largest city Narva of nearly 60,000 inhabitants has been rather prominent in local and international media these past few years. predominantly, this has been because of the 2014 events in Ukraine: many a Western journalist has been seeking for another Donbas and Crimea both in Narva and the Latvian region of Latgale. Even so, the Daugavpils and Narva reality has proven otherwise, and one may understand the displeasure in locals regarding such focus.
- Sõnajalg bros wind park partly financed by major Swedish tax debtorEstonian newsBusy building a Sindi, Pärnu County wind park, Eurowind is owned by equal parts by turbine maker Eleon owned by Andres and Oleg Sõnajal, and a Panama-registered company E3WA. Representative and owner of the latter is Pär Anton Henrik Stigell (46) who according to Swedish tax board data owes the state 130 million kronor (€14.2m). Into the wind farm, Mr Stigell has invested half million euros.