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Investor plans new combined-cycle power plant in Strážske

A new combined-cycle power plant is planned for the town of Strážske in eastern Slovakia. It is to be built by CPP Zemplín at a cost of €54 million. Its installed capacity should be 70 megawatts, the SITA newswire wrote.

A new combined-cycle power plant is planned for the town of Strážske in eastern Slovakia. It is to be built by CPP Zemplín at a cost of €54 million. Its installed capacity should be 70 megawatts, the SITA newswire wrote.

According to an investment proposal submitted by the company for environmental impact assessment, the plant should generate 500,000 megawatt hours of electricity a year. Construction should begin in mid-2012 and be completed two years later. CPP Zemplín was established in autumn last year and is owned by Strážske-based company TP 2 and Bratislava-based L - Industry Park. The owners of both companies are businesses registered in Cyprus.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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