EU utility CEZ maintains hedging amid 7% drop in coal power

Published 10:28 on May 12, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:59 on May 12, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Czechia-based utility CEZ on Tuesday reported a ticking over in its hedging during Q1 even as its coal-fired output fell away, while retailer E.On urged Germany to alter its renewables policy to maintain infrastructure investments without causing a spike in consumer bills.

Czechia-based utility CEZ on Tuesday reported a ticking over in its hedging during Q1 even as its coal-fired output fell away, while retailer E.On urged Germany to alter its renewables policy to maintain infrastructure investments without causing a spike in consumer bills.

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