Elektrárna Dukovany II, a. s., a ČEZ Group company, has received bids from three bidders for the construction of a new nuclear power source in Dukovany
Elektrárna Dukovany II, a. s. (EDU II), a wholly owned subsidiary of ČEZ, has received bids from three bidders for the construction of a new nuclear power source in Dukovany. US-Canadian Westinghouse, French EdF and Korean KHNP had until today to submit their bids. EDU II will now analyze the bids and then negotiate with the bidders. The bidders will then submit their final bids by the end of September next year.
30. 11. 2022
ČEZ finally takes over ŠKODA JS, a major Czech company, primarily operating in nuclear servicing and engineering
Yesterday, the ČEZ Energy Group became the 100% owner of ŠKODA JS, a traditional Czech company operating in the field of nuclear energy. With the purchase, ČEZ solved the problem of its major supplier, which several years ago became part of the Russian engineering group OMZ, controlled by Gazprombank. This put the company at risk of sanctions, which had a potential impact on securing key supplies for the ČEZ Group's nuclear power plants. The agreement was concluded in June this year with the shares temporarily held by WOOD & Company pending the antitrust authorities' transaction approval.
25. 11. 2022
ČEZ Group earned CZK 18.7 billion in the third quarter, a total of CZK 52 billion in the first three quarters
In the third quarter, the operating profit before depreciation (EBITDA) reached CZK 30.0 billion and the net profit was CZK 18.7 billion. For the first three quarters, EBITDA amounted to CZK 89.3 billion. The year-on-year increase of 88% reflects the enormous growth in commodity prices on the wholesale markets, the record profit from commodity trading on foreign markets, as well as the high operational reliability of power plants this year. Net income was CZK 52.3 bn ČEZ Group increases its full-year EBITDA outlook to the level of CZK 115 to 125 billion and net profit adjusted for extraordinary effects to the level of CZK 65 to 75 billion.
10. 11. 2022
Green food storage: one of the largest rooftop photovoltaics in the Czech Republic launched on the roof of Billa’s central warehouse
A power plant from ČEZ ESCO will cover 22% of the consumption of the Modletice warehouse near Prague, which supplies all of the company’s supermarkets in the Czech Republic. The facility, with a total capacity of 1 MWp, will produce 1084 MWh of clean electricity per year, saving 527 tons of CO2, an amount that would be captured by 60 hectares of forest in one year. The customised orientation of the panels on the roof ensures that the power plant’s production is spread relatively evenly throughout the day.