ČEZ shut down 10 units of coal-fired power plants

Published: 24.08.2021 Related countries:  Israel Israel

ČEZ plans to convert its generation portfolio to low-emission by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

ČEZ Group has shut down 10 units of coal-fired power plants in the last two years. One unit of the Mělník III power plant, four units in Prunéřov, two units in Ledvice and one unit each in Dětmarovice, Energocentrum Vítkovice and Skawina have already stopped supplying energy. The total decommissioned capacity reached 1500 MW. ČEZ plans to convert its generation portfolio to low-emission by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. It plans to generate 25% of its electricity from coal in 2025. In 2030, a maximum of 12.5%. It plans to replace the generation decline with renewable sources totaling 6 GW, mainly solar.

Source: ČIA news

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