Dalkia International Société Anonyme provides energy management services to municipalities and industrial groups in Italy, Poland, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, China, Spain, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Benelux, and internationally. Its services include heating or cooling systems, which supply heat, hot water, and air conditioning services to public and private buildings, such as schools, healthcare institutions, office buildings, and residential buildings; heating and multi-technical services; and thermal services. The company also offers integrated energy services, such as installation design, development and upgrading, energy supply, and facility operation and maintenance services to bu...
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Dalkia International Reports Earnings Results for the Half Year Ended June 30, 2014
Aug 28 14
Dalkia International reported earnings results for the half year ended June 30, 2014. For the period, the company reported revenue of EUR 2,076.0 million against EUR 2,436.6 million a year ago. Adjusted operating cash flow was EUR 257.7 million against EUR 313.6 million a year ago.
Dalkia International Renews Contract to Manage Heat Generation and Distribution in Bratislava's Petrzalka District
Apr 30 13
Dalkia International announced that it has renewed its contract to manage heat generation and distribution in Bratislava's Petrzalka district. The 20 year contract extends the partnership with the city of Bratislava until 2039, with the goal of applying a proactive approach of energy efficiency and sustainable development to the neighborhood. Cumulative revenue will amount to over €1.1 billion. The extension of partnership with the city of Bratislava rewards the efforts put in by Dalkia over the past 14 years, both in terms of quality of service and energy efficiency. The company will continue to upgrade the heating network, partly by reinforcing the distribution network's reliability and also by improving the system's energy efficiency, with no impact on tariffs. The company has undertaken the installation of high-performance cogeneration plants, which will simultaneously produce both electricity and heat. The electricity generated will be sold to the Slovak national grid and the heat will supply the district heating network. Cogeneration will be assured by 18 gas turbines installed in the existing heating plants, with a total capacity of 15 MW of electricity.