Ministry of Environment (MoE) will contribute to the acquisition of technologies to reduce emissions of heavy metals and emissions of odorous substances.
The Czech Republic took the 21st place among 178 countries in the worldwide index of economic freedom drawn up by the Heritage Foundation and a list of The Wall Street Journal.
Energy Regulatory Office (ERO) published a decree on the details of granting licenses for business in energy industries in 2016.
The presidency of the Council for Economic and Social Agreement (Tripartite coalition) of the Moravia-Silesia Region has approved materials that map the current opportunities for dealing with the issue of company OKD.
The Czech Republic is preparing a study considering strategic accession to the banking union ahead of accession to the euro area.
The Alliance for Energy Self-Sufficiency (AliES) and the Czech Photovoltaic Industry Association (CZEPHO) oppose the fact that support for renewable energy sources announced at the end of 2015 is not valid.
The chairwoman of the Energy Regulatory Office (ERÚ), Alena Vitásková, refused to approve the implementation of the new tariff structure without changes in the format that is now subject to the consultation process.
The Czech economy is expected to grow at a sustainable pace of around 2.5 pct in 2016, according to a macroeconomic forecast by the Czech Bank Association.
The support for renewable energy resources (RER) approved in late 2015 cannot be reviewed as existing support, even partially, the European Commission argues.
There are totally 64 transport infrastructure projects in the Czech Republic for which the European Commission requests new environmental impact assessment (EIA).