Friday, June 15, 2012

Bratislava has a next filling station for CNG

Week in Slovakia (June 11 - June 17, 2012)


Monday - 11th June 2012

Protesters will protest in front of The Regulatory Office for Network Industries with sunny piglets. "We have chosen such an unusual form of protest. The competent people have not to close their eyes to the sun and the solar energy," said Executive Director of the Slovak Association of Photovoltaic Industry (SAPI) Veronika Galeková. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

The hydro power plant Gabčíkovo will celebrate the 20th years of the operation. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

An international team of experts under the leadership of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) evaluated the situation in the Slovak nuclear power plant Jaslovské Bohunice V2. Their aim was to determine how plant designs and implements the recommendations of the mission and operational security controls (Operational Safety Assessment Review Team - OSART) held in 2010. It showed 19 open areas durníng the last control. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

The electricity import to Slovakia was 11.227 GWh last year. The export reached 10.500 GWh and the balance with the excess of import amounted 727 GWh. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Households dare to change electricity supplier. More than 40.000 households changer their electricity supplier last year which is more over 13.000 than in the year before. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

 

Tuesday - 12th June 2012

The company Slovenské elektrárne will build a new hydropower plant Dobšiná III, which grows on river flows Hnilec and Dobšinský potok. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

 

Wednesday - 13th June 2012

The petroleum products have leaked into river Danube in Bratislava port, said the spokoewoman of the Fire and Rescue force Daniela Kapustová. Firefighters tried to eliminate leakages with walls in the intervention sections. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

 

Thursday - 14th June 2012

The company Slovenský plynárenský priemysel opened a next filling station for vehicles powered by CNG (Compresed Natural Gas) in Bratislava. "The eighth filling station will will be available for all our customers who own CNG-powered vehicle," said the spokesman of the comapny Peter Bednár . (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

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