Tag: Czech Republic

Czech Government approved the construction of new nuclear units – Region, 10 July 2019

The Czech Government gave preliminary approval for Elektrarna Dukovany II, a subsidiary of energy company CEZ, to build at least one new nuclear unit in the country, along with as many as three more at existing nuclear power plants Dukovany and Temelin. The country first discussed building additi Full article available for subscribers of Energy […]

Alpiq divests two coal-fired TPPs in Czechia – Region, 17 May 2019

Swiss company Alpiq announced that it has sold two coal-fired thermal power plants in the Czech Republic (TPPs Zlin and Kladno) to Sev.en Energy Group for some 280 million euros. This divestment allows Alpiq to strengthen its business model in an increasingly decarbonized, digitalized and decentrali Full article available for subscribers of Energy NEWS service […]

Decision on new unit at Czech NPP Dukovany by the end of the year – Region, 3 August 2018

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said that he want a decision on financing the contruction of a new unit at CEZ’ nuclear power plant Dukovany by the end of the year. CEZ has refused to invest in new units without some form of state support and has instead proposed spinning off its renewables and energy […]