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In focus: the Czech Republic’s energy market

The Czech Republic has an increasingly important role to play in the European Union’s energy diversification. However, the future presents a huge challenge with still large dependency of the energy mix on coal-fired power plants.

Czech state offers to cover 70% of the new Dukovany unit cost

The Czech government will provide a loan to utility company ČEZ to cover 70 per cent of the cost of building a new unit at the Dukovany nuclear power plant.

Czech government moves forward with the nuclear unit in Dukovany

The Czech Government approved two agreements with ČEZ on the framework and implementation of building a new nuclear power plant block in Dukovany.
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