Czech power group CEZ is seeking to double its power deliveries to customers in Slovakia in 2010 and looking for big increases in Poland and Hungary as well, the company said.
The region's biggest utility wants to increase the volume of power deliveries in Poland to 1 billion kilowatt hours from 587 KWH in 2009, CEZ director of sales Alan Svoboda said.
In Slovakia, the 2010 goal is to deliver 1.5 billion KWH from 986 million KWH in 2009 and to provide 1 billion KWH to customers in Hungary next year from 746 million KWH, the company said. CEZ -- which also said it wants to offer business customers spot power -- has plans in 2009 to deliver power to 114 customers in Slovakia, five in Poland and 19 in Hungary. (Reuters)