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Company Overview of Prazska teplarenska a.s.
Prazska teplarenska a.s. produces and distributes thermal energy to households; and various industrial corporations, schools, institutions, and businesses in Prague, the Czech Republic. It also produces and sells electricity, fly ash, slag, and gypsum. In addition, the company involves in the examination of measuring devices; measuring of emissions and immissions; projects construction activities; construction and maintenance of buildings; and waste management activities. Further, it engages in the provision of defect and emergency services; production, operation, and repairs of transfer stations; operation of heating plants as sources of centralized heating; and provision of project documen...
Prague, 170 00
Founded in 1992
420 2 6675 1111
420 2 6675 2199
Key Executives for Prazska teplarenska a.s.
Chief Technical Operations Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Prazska teplarenska a.s. Key Developments
Veolia May Acquire Prazska teplarenska From EPH
Apr 20 15
Veolia Environnement S.A. (ENXTPA:VIE) may acquire Prazska teplarenska a.s. from Energeticky a Prumyslovy Holding, a.s. for CZK 1 billion.
Prazska Reportedly Spins Off 11 Boiler Plants
Mar 30 15
Prazska teplarenska a.s. is mulling to spin-off 11 boiler plants into a separate company. The new company could be put up for sale, local media reported. The city of Prague, could reap CZK 2 billion from the potential sale, Pravo reported without citing sources.
EPH Plans To Divest Part Of Prazska teplarenska
Mar 25 15
Energeticky a Prumyslovy Holding, a.s. (EPH) plans to divest part of Prazska teplarenska a.s., namely 11 heat boiler plants to become part of PT Mereni. EPH has submitted documentation to the Board of Directors for review on March 27, 2015. The sale could raise around CZK 2 billion.
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