Elektrárna Dukovany II applied for a zoning permit for a new nuclear source at the Dukovany site today
Elektrárna Dukovany II, a ČEZ subsidiary, applied for a zoning permit today for a new nuclear source at the Dukovany site. This is the beginning of another important stage in the preparation of the construction project, but these are also administrative proceedings that have no direct connection to contractor selection. The preparation of background materials and documents took more than two years and involved approximately seventy experts.
1. 6. 2021
Temelín's Unit 1 restored the production of electricity. The outage has taken place in the mode of full testing of both plant and suppliers’ staff
At the weekend, Unit 1 of Temelín NPP started to produce electricity again. Due to planned refueling, the operators shut Unit 1 down on March 26. The outage lasted for 56.5 days and took place in a strict covid regime. The technicians have daily tested on average five hundred workers during the outage. Together with the Dukovany power plant, all six nuclear units are currently in operation.
24. 5. 2021
ČEZ Presents Clean Energy of Tomorrow: Its Production Portfolio Is To Be Rebuilt to Low Emissions by 2030
ČEZ has intensified its transition to future emission-free energy. This is in line with its strategy that primarily aims at transforming its production portfolio to low emissions by 2030, becoming carbon neutral by 2050, and offering the best energy solutions and customs experience in the market. Vision 2030, referred to as the Clean Energy of Tomorrow, confirms CEZ Group’s ambition to be a leader in sustainable development in the Czech Republic as well as in the entire Central Europe.
20. 5. 2021
ČEZ ESCO has built a unique battery for Porsche that in just 4 minutes can give an electric car enough power for 100 km
While Porsche’s electric models break one speed record after another around the world, the brand’s dealerships are also preparing for a new era in individual transport. The branch network of the Porsche Inter Auto Group in the Czech Republic is no exception: it will build facilities for its electromobility future with the assistance of ČEZ ESCO. The contract includes the construction and servicing of charging infrastructure at all Porsche branches of the Porsche Inter Auto CZ network of dealerships. The first was the Porsche dealership at Prague – Prosek, where Turbo charging stands run with the backing of a special battery store with a capacity of 320 kW.