Bucharest – Today, in the presence of Mr. Varujan Vosganian, Ministry of Economy and Finances, CEZ Group and the Romanian companies Termoelectrica and Electrocentrale Galati have signed the Memorandum of Understanding for Galati project.
Prague, August 27, 2008 – Yesterday evening, CEZ Group, the leading CE power utility, and Continental Wind Partners LLC, a major renewable power developer, concluded the sale of CWP’s adjacent Fantanele and Cogealac wind farms in Romania to CEZ. The two projects will together be the largest onshore wind farm in Europe, with a total capacity of 600 megawatts, approximately double the size of the next largest fully permitted onshore wind farm in Europe, and triple the size of the largest current operational wind farm in Europe. The total investment of the CEZ Group into the project will reach € 1.1 billion.
CEZ is asking the Ministry of the Environment to assess the environmental impacts of potential completion of Temelin
CEZ wants to facilitate complex environmental impact assessment of a proposed completion of the Temelin Nuclear Power Plant, and therefore has today asked the Ministry of the Environment to carry out the EIA.