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NEW INITIATIVES BY SLOVENSKÉ ELEKTRÁRNE (ADVERTORIAL)

Energy for the public in Slovakia

The law of conservation of energy says that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but only changed from one form into another or transferred from one object to another. Slovenské elektrárne (SE) utilises this law when generating electricity to be sold to clients as its core business. But it follows this law also in a more general sense when it, within a model of sustainability, returns a portion of its gains and energy back to the country and its people in the form of a better country. In 2015 SE offers several attractive initiatives.

Energy on Wheels (the oldest and the youngest cyclist)(Source: Slovenské elektrárne)

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