Companies|Energy & Green Biz
Brian Kenety|31.05.2012

ČEZ mulls sale of Počerady, Chvaletice power stations

 

Czech state-controlled power utility ČEZ is preparing to sell off two of its coal-fired power stations, neither of which has been modernized and the operation of which would require an investment into reducing emissions to meet the emission limits applicable from 2016.

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Energy & Green Biz
Chris Johnstone|28.07.2011

ČEZ, EPH announce German coal, Czech cogen deals

ČEZ and holding company Energetický a Průmyslový Holding (EPH) have announced the latest in their series of deals aimed at allowing them to boost their presence on the power market. Under the latest deal, ČEZ gives EPH full control of German mining company MIBRAG while ČEZ acquires Czech heat and power company Energotrans and gets a greater share of the Czech heat market.

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Energy & Green Biz
Chris Johnstone|20.06.2011

ČEZ ready to exit German miner MIBRAG: report

Czech state-controlled power collosus ČEZ is ready to sell its half share in German mining company MIBRAG to joint owner Energetický a Průmyslový Holding (EPH), according to the Czech weekly Týden. It says the deal is prompted by another deal to sell EPH a power plant together with long-term coal supplies and the looming outcome of a probe by European Commission competition watchdogs.

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