Latest ČEZ NEWS (9/2014) just released
Počerady will be greener one year sooner than anticipated
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- Turkish energy experts pay a visit to CEZ
- Deputy Prime Minister Bělobrádek visits Temelín
- Egemer plant now live
- Timely information saves municipalities money
- Vrchlabí now in 3D
- CEZ to be indemnified for unimplemented Bosnian project
Programme for Temelín’s future
The ETE 2020 programme marks the start of a new phase in the life of the Temelín Nuclear Power Plant in South Bohemia.
EU’s climate and energy goals for 2030 will have a profound impact on our business
At the end of last year Ivo Hlaváč became a member of the CEZ Group Board of Directors. This year he was appointed as the Director of External Relations and Regulation, which is our second largest division.
How do we stand in the search for savings?
We are responding to the worsening situation in the energy sector through optimising and reducing our costs even more and by supporting the initiatives we receive from the best business segments and our employees. The results from the first version of our business plan indicate that we are moving in the right direction.
What’s new for our customers
A year ago we asked our customers how satisfied they are with the way we process their requests regarding electricity and gas delivery. We have launched the Customer Experience project to implement the proposed improvement measures.
We are continuing our successful internship cooperation with our foreign acquisitions. Selected experts and employees work together on specific projects, thus sharing their existing experience as well as taking new knowledge home with them.
Together we make dreams a reality
This year, in partnership with the Association of Parents and Friends of Handicapped Children in the Czech Republic, we are helping twenty physically challenged children within the framework of the Making Wishes Come True project.
Training makes champions
Perfecting the training of the service personnel for the control system used at the modernised Tušimice and Prunéřov power plants – this has been defined as the main task of the display simulator currently being developed by the programmers at the Energy Education Centre (Výcvikové středisko energetiky – VSE) in Chomutov.
This January he was put in charge of the hydroelectric power plants. “From out of nowhere I was pushed into the water – literally and figuratively,” says Petr Maralík, Director of CEZ’s Hydroelectric Power Plants.
Jazz at Roden’s
CEZ City Trail Run Prague 2014
“Čekání na Václava – Waiting for Wenceslas” Film Festival?