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January 18, 2022

CEZ to build new renewable energy units

CEZ, the largest utilities company in the Czech Republic, wants to build new wind farms and hydropower units abroad, in countries whose governments support this kind of projects, possibly in Romania, Germany and Poland, new general manager Daniel Benes stated, Reuters informs, being quoted by Mediafax. Through these projects CEZ wants to obtain USD 10 bln in order to invest them in building new units at the nuclear power plant in Temelin, ‘Lidove Noviny’ wrote on Friday. CEZ’s total capacity, including that of existing renewable energy units, should reach 3,000 MW and the costs will surpass USD 5 bln. “The new power plants have to be completed by 2016 when we expect the construction of the new reactors in Temelin to start,” Benes said.

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