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Czech firms look to sweep up profits from dirty power

May 18, 2018 | Reuters | Michael Kahn, Jason Hovet, Arno Schuetze

PRAGUE/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Two Czech power companies are targeting fossil fuel-fired plants in Germany as part of a contrarian strategy to snap up older, polluting assets on the cheap from European energy giants going green.

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15Feb

Interview: S&P Global Platts

London—The potential to stack revenues, improve operational performance and cooperate with Chinese co-partners on technology supported Sev.en Energy’s decision to buy into InterGen, Executive Director Alan Svoboda told S&P Global Platts in an interview Thursday. Read more
8Feb

Sev.en Energy actively seeking western European targets, also interested in global opportunistic acquisitions

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1Feb

Sev.en Energy signs agreement to acquire a 50% stake in InterGen

London, Prague – February 1st, 2019 the prominent Czech industrial player, Sev.en Energy, signed an agreement to acquire a 50% stake in the multinational energy company, InterGen N.V. from Canada’s Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (Ontario Teachers’). Read more
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Press release
Sev.en Energy to complete transformation with Lubos Pavlas appointed head of the group

The Sev.en Energy group is to complete its several-month-long transformation as Lubos Pavlas has been appointed the new CEO of the group, with effect as of October 1, 2018. He will be replaced by Vaclav Matys as the head of the Sev.en EC power plant in Chvaletice. Ing. Lubos Pavlas is a graduate of the Faculty of Economics and Electrical Engineering Management of the Czech Technical University in Prague.. Read more
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