Thursday, 10 October 2013

Slovakia Power Report Q4 2013

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Slovakia Power Report Q4 2013
Oct 9th 2013, 00:00

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BMI View: Thanks to anticipated subdued demand growth from 2013, coupled with some supply expansion, Slovakia should reduce its net power import requirement. However, with the domestic and regional economy in a rough patch, and power prices hovering around historic lows, there is a risk that several major investments planned for the years ahead may experience delays or fail to materialise altogether. An increasingly challenging business environment has hit the power industry in Slovakia badly, and rising costs and a sluggish economy have called into question the viability of a number of major planned projects. The construction of two new reactors at the EMO Mochovce power plant in Western Slovakia has encountered repeated delays, and E.ON has recently announced the mothballing of its gas-fired pla ...

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