The National Investment Plan should in the future be the main engine of Czech economic growth.
The growth of the Czech economy will most likely continue to slow down closer to 2.0% due to weaker demand from abroad in 2020.
Czech Republic will set a date for the adoption of the euro when it can ensure that businesses and citizens can benefit economically from joining the euro area.
It is the government's intention to support medium-sized and large companies sectorally, in connection with the concrete requirements of the segments.
Besides the clean electromobility, the Czech Republic wants to support also the development of the hydrogen technology in transport.
The Czech Republic will support carbon neutrality if Austrians, who consume Czech energy, do not prevent the Czech Republic from building nuclear energy sources as a clean and emission-free source.
On December 11, 2019, the Senate approved the amendment of the Energy Management Act.
The Czech Republic will factor in recommendations by the European Commission and will increase its goal in the area of renewable energy sources (RES) by 2030 as well as its goal in the area of cooling and heating.
Czech Republic ranked 23rd in the CMS Infrastructure Index 2019, which compares 50 countries on the basis of attractiveness for investment in infrastructure.
Energy savings projects by ČEZ ESCO - ENESA and former EVČ saved clients CZK 1.354bn.