CEZ, the Czech Republic’s biggest power producer, is interested in large renewable-energy projects abroad that are comparable in size to the €1.1bn, 660 MW wind park it is building in Romania. Company’s CEO Daniel Benes said that CEZ is forming a team for evaluating developer projects for wind plants in Poland. He expects the first results next spring.
According to Benes, CEZ may build new reactors at the Dukovany nuclear plant in about 2030, Hospodarske Noviny reported. The Czech Republic will probably build a new nuclear power plant at some point after 2030, though such a project isn’t included in CEZ’s strategic plans, the newspaper cited Benes as saying.
Furthermore, Benes ruled out the possibility that CEZ sponsors any political party, either directly or indirectly, but he said he cannot know if one of CEZ’s business partners does this. /Neutral/
(Source: HN, Bloomberg)