Latest ČEZ NEWS (2/2014) just released
THE WORLD OF ČEZ
- ČEZ Foundation Helping for Twelve Years
- New Twin Transmission Line in North Bohemia
- Czech Press Photo Heading for Regions
- Awards for Czech Filmmakers Sponsored by the CEZ Group
- Dětmarovice Has a New Ventilator
- We Have Issued Bonds and Pay Zero Interest
- EU Preparing a New Energy Framework
- Modern Classics Are Attractive
- Active dealers will earn more.
- Tell Us What Your Really Think
We are going to focus on consolidating and optimizing the assets of our foreign acquisitions
This year will mark ten years since the start of the CEZ Group’s expansion abroad. We flourished for the first eight years, yet over the past two years the situation has changed due to non-standard political measures in the Balkans and also due to the crisis in the European energy sector. Tomáš Pleskač, Distribution and Foreign Assets Division Director, tells us in the interview how his division is going to respond to the situation.
Safer, Better, More Powerful
The paraphrase of the old Olympic motto “Faster, Higher, Stronger” is more than appropriate these days. In 2014, our nuclear power plants are in for numerous measures aimed at improving their safety and performance significantly. In particular the Dukovany power plant is going to implement major projects, which is also evidenced by the inclusion of its long-term operation in the seven strategic programs of the CEZ Group.
They have a perfect overview of the money that flows through the entire CEZ Group and need to know about every asset, liability and equity capital item of the corporation. Twenty-three members of the Accounting team of ČEZ, a. s. jointly form a perfectly working accounting machine.
The Business Strategy department of ČEZ Distribuce not only deals with the current situation in the distribution sector but also identifies future developments in the Czech and the European context.
Enjoying a Virtual Tour
Visitors of the CEZ Group’s website may enjoy virtual tours of seven of our power plants. These virtual tours allow them to take a look behind the scenes.
PAYING A VISIT
Heat for Ústí
In late January, true winter finally arrived to the Czech lands. The temperatures dropped below the freezing point, and Ústí nad Labem was no exception – the temperatures there went down to as low as minus fourteen degrees. And so the staff of the Trmice heat plant, which supplies heat to a great part of the city, had to fire up the boilers all right.