ČEZ aims to be among the top 20% of energy companies in sustainability rating by the decade’s end. A new department will see to it.
By the end of this decade, CEZ Group wants to be between the 20% of the best-rated energy companies in Europe in terms of sustainability ratings. The new ESG department led by Katerina Bohuslavová as the Chief Sustainability Officer will see to the fulfilment of the goal. ESG indicators play an increasing role in the decision-making not only of investors, banks, and insurance companies, but also customers and employees.
13. 10. 2021
Westinghouse to Upgrade Temelín's Control and Monitoring Systems
In terms of technical complexity, it will be one of the most demanding projects in the history of the Czech Republic, worth billions of crowns. The important project must not disrupt the operation of the key Czech emission-free power plant. Selected control and management systems will be partially renewed and upgraded by Westinghouse as their original supplier. Westinghouse has the greatest knowledge of its system, apart from CEZ itself, which strengthens the safe course of the upgrade.
14. 9. 2021
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PURCHASE OF CEZ ESCO BULGARIA
ČEZ, a. s. with its seat at Prague 4, Duhová 2/1444, the Czech Republic (“CEZ”), is currently considering the disposal of its Bulgarian subsidiary CEZ ESCO Bulgaria EOOD, Id. No. 204 51 65 71, with its registered office at Sofia, Mladost District, 159 Tsarigradsko Shosse Blvd., BenchMark Business Centre, Post Code 1784, Bulgaria (the “Subsidiary”), indirectly owned by CEZ through its subsidiary CEZ Bulgarian Investments B.V., having its registered office at Herikerbergweg 157, 1101 CN Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and will be seeking submission of binding offers for acquisition of 100 % ownership interest in the Subsidiary (the “Transaction”).
14. 9. 2021
The fundraiser among ČEZ employees to help people impacted by tornado was a success: Moravian municipalities will receive CZK 15.5 million
The extraordinary June fundraiser among ČEZ Group employees in support of the Moravian municipalities affected by the tornado yielded more than CZK 2.7 million. The ČEZ Foundation matched that amount, sending over CZK 5.5 million crowns for specific projects. The money will help primarily with expenditures not covered by insurance. Immediately after the event, the ČEZ Foundation released CZK 10 million in emergency aid. In total, ČEZ helped the people of the Břeclav and Hodonín regions with CZK 15.5 million.