Friday, July 13, 2012

Some mountain huts in the High Tatras use energy from renewable sources

Week in Slovakia (July 9 - July 15, 2012)

Monday - 9th July 2012


The Nuclear and Decommissioning Company entered with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development  15 grant agreements in total amount 280.3 million euros for the purpose of decommissioning nuclear power plant Jaslovské Bohunice. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

The elementary School in the village Hrušov in the district Veľký Krtíš was the first in Slovakia, which started to use the heat from the previously non-traditional sources - packages of dry straw. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

The Nuclear and Decommissioning Company made a post-tax profit 7.9 million euros last year. It is a decrease in amount 46 % on an annual basis. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Biogas power plant in Choňkovce may have a new dryer. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Tuesday - 10th July 2012


The private investor would like to build a biogas power plant in the village Gaboltov in Bardejov. The investment will be in amount of 3.6 million euros. It will process 28,500 tons of biomass (21,000 tons of grass silage and 7,500 tons of corn silage). (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Wednesday - 11th July 2012


The biogas power plant for muck in Liptovská Štiavnica exceeded expectations. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

There are approximately 1,150 people directly employed in the production of wide range of photovoltaic components. Further 550 persons are employed in related areas of project design, installation, system integration, development or administration of PV power plants. Preliminary survey results collected by Slovak Association of Photovoltaic Industry  (SAPI) also show that you may find around 30 companies operating in Slovak photovoltaic sector, many of them of domestic origin (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Thursday - 12th July 2012


The company TEKO has no money to pay wages. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

The mountain huts in the High Tatras usually use as a source of energy the diesel generator. The hut Chata pri Zelenom plese provides electric power from the renewed small hydroelectric power plant. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Friday - 13th July 2012

Regulatory Office for Network Industries has stopped the price action on a draft of the company Slovenský plynárenský priemysel to adjust regulated gas prices for households, confirmed a spokesman for the Regulatory Office Miroslav Lupták. The company submitted a proposal to increase prices for gas supply to households on average by 17%. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Some mayor of surrounding villages near Jaslovksé Bohunice resisted the planned storage of radioactive waste. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

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