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.
12. 5. 2021
ČEZ doubled its network of public charging stands in two years. The jubilee stand number 300 was put into service by Deputy Prime Minister Havlíček
• Today, ČEZ stands can serve up to 600 electric cars at once• Electromobility also means transformation of the Czech automobile industry • In the coming years, charging at ČEZ will be yet faster, thanks to ultra-fast stations Travelling across the Czech Republic by electric car keeps getting easier, among other things thanks to the expanding offering of public charging stands operated by the energy company ČEZ. The country’s largest network is comparable to larger chains of traditional petrol stations. The jubilee 300th stand, which was erected at the parking lot of the Kaufland chain in Nymburk, was ceremonially put into operation by the Deputy Prime Minister (Minister of Industry and Trade and the Minister of Transport) Karel Havlíček. More than 150 stations were installed thanks to the European Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) grant and the Operating Programme Transport, and dozens more were built and financed by ČEZ itself.
4. 5. 2021
Ledvice is transforming into a green energy laboratory: after a unique accumulation water turbine, ČEZ tests modern solar panels for large new power plants
Small capacity, but great potential. ČEZ uses the new photovoltaic power plant in Ledvice to test the properties and suitability of various types of panels that it wants to deploy, following the assessment, in large solar parks that the company is planning. The aggregate capacity of these sources, which will contribute to the achievement of the Czech Republic’s climate goals and commitments, should reach tens of thousands of MWs in the next 10 years. This spring, the first large power plant using solar power, located on the roof of the Dukovany Nuclear Power Plant parking lot, will start supplying emissions-free power to the grid. The largest solar installation in the last ten years, with a capacity of 2.3 MWp, will be built on the roofs of the automobile manufacturer Škoda Auto. It will be built by ČEZ ESCO.
15. 4. 2021
EUROVIA CS Group to be driven by emissions-free power from ČEZ
The construction and maintenance of transport infrastructure in the Czech Republic will be more environmentally friendly, as EUROVIA CS Group newly becomes a user of environmentally friendly power from emissions-free sources. The representative of both companies signed a joined declaration. With the consumption of each 1 MWh of emissions-free power, the country saves 0.6 tonnes of CO2 as compared to traditional electricity from the usual electricity mix, which – given EUROVIA CS’ average annual consumption – amounts to 19,600 tonnes of CO2. EUROVIA CS Group will purchase emissions-free electricity from 1 January 2022 through to 31 December 2023, from ČEZ ESCO, a ČEZ subsidiary.