Friday, August 3, 2012

Parliament approved the implementation of the third energy package

Week in Slovakia (July 30 - August 5, 2012)


Monday - 30th July 2012


Ministry of Economy will not observe price decisions of the Regulatory Office for Network Industries. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Tuesday - 31st July 2012


A private investor would like to build five biogas plants in the territory Krakovany. The investment will be 14,5 mil. euros. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

The connection between Slovak, Czech and Hungary electricity markets is just about the end. The testing of the new market environment should begin during the second week of August. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Wednesday - 1st August 2012


Members of Slovak parliament approved two reviewed laws - Act on Energy and Act on Regulation in Network Industries. Their amendments were necessary due to belated transposition of gas and electricity directives of the third EU energy package.  (more information - automatic translation via Goole Translate)

The company Slovenské elektrárne put into operation a stand-by power supply for the Mochovce NPP units in construction. The 110 kV line will provide electricity for the units during their commissioning up to the completion of the 400kV station, envisaged in the beginning of the next year. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Members of the Slovak parliament decided to restrain the refinement of members of the Regulatory Office for Network Industries. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Thursday - 2nd August 2012


The state still counts on the operation of power plant in Novaky. Thermal power plant will consume almost 35 000 kilotonnes of domestic coal until 2035. It will produce more than 29 000 GWh of electricity. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

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