CEZ has agreed on the terms of sale of its Bulgarian hard coal-fired thermal power plant Varna.
INVEN CAPITAL has become a shareholder in the French company VULOG, the global leader in providing technology for shared mobility involving green cars in cities. VULOG’s customers operate on four continents where they represent one of the major pillars in the smart city concept.
The bids are being evaluated.
CEZ Group continues to invest in German wind power, its total installed capacity in Germany has now reached nearly 135 MW.
CEZ Group has taken over the operational onshore wind farm Lettweiler Höhe in Germany, with a total installed capacity of 35.4 MW. All of the turbines, located near Rehborn in a single location in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, are in operation. The contract with the seller, the well-reputed KGAL Asset and Investment Manager, foresees support in the form of a guaranteed feed-in tariff over 20 years.
By acquiring 9 wind farms, CEZ Group has entered the French renewable energy market. The projects were acquired from ABO Wind, a reputed German developer of renewable sources. Located in six regions across France, the onshore wind farms are in an advanced stage of development. During the next 5 years, up to 100 MW of installed capacity can be built. All wind farms have operational support in the form of a feed-in tariff guaranteed for 15 years.
Following the assessment of investor interest in Bulgarian assets of CEZ, a. s., CEZ Group decided to enter into negotiations with several chosen entities that placed the best offers.
ČEZ invests through INVEN CAPITAL into a unique solution that combines the world of data centers and heating
INVEN CAPITAL has become a shareholder in the Dresden-based company Cloud&Heat Technologies, which provides a unique solution that uses server heat for hot water and heating purposes in commercial buildings. This solution reduces data center operating cost by 50% relative to a conventional solution.
ŠKODA PRAHA has selected General electric (GE) as a partner to an agreement which outlines conditions of the cooperation between the two companies on the project in Montenegro - construction on turn-key basis of the coal-fired power plant TPP Pljevlja II. The companies agreed to work as partners aiming to construct the power plant TPP Pljevlja II and also help final customer Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) to find a suitable financing for the project. By the end of February 2017 ŠP expects to present EPCG a final proposal of the financial structure and financing conditions for the project.