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ČEZ begins selling gas and electricity to Slovak households

The Slovak branch of Czech energy group ČEZ on Thursday, January 20, presented its gas and electricity price list for Slovak households and small businesses.

The Slovak branch of Czech energy group ČEZ on Thursday, January 20, presented its gas and electricity price list for Slovak households and small businesses.

"As of today, households will have access to more advantageous electricity and gas prices which ČEZ Slovensko, set up in June 2007, has been offering exclusively to corporate clients until now. Clients will save 10 percent on electricity and gas prices when compared to traditional suppliers," ČEZ trade division director Alan Svoboda told the TASR newswire.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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