The problem is not in the government, but in UHOS – Germany, Poland and Slovakia will, unlike the request, relieve people from expensive energy in 2024, considering that it is not possible to use the income from permits, according to the government. All the land you owe is in debt not too long ago

The problem is not in the government, but in UHOS – Germany, Poland and Slovakia will, unlike the request, relieve people from expensive energy in 2024, considering that it is not possible to use the income from permits, according to the government. All the land you owe is in debt not too long ago
The problem is not in the government, but in UHOS – Germany, Poland and Slovakia will, unlike the request, relieve people from expensive energy in 2024, considering that it is not possible to use the income from permits, according to the government. All the land you owe is in debt not too long ago
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UHOS should have slapped CEZ on the neck a long time ago. Fine him at least 10% of the income for abusing a dominant position on the CR market and order CEZ to sell its shares in CEZ Distribuce and CEZ Obchod. Or even order the division of the power plant division into two or three parts and keep only one. Then the prices in CR would be somewhere completely different. There is no need for further state subsidies and such, it is enough to prevent CEZ from abusing its position on the market and shamelessly ripping off customers. CEZ has an average production cost of electricity production below EUR 70/MWh, there was never any reason for it to sell electricity for several hundred EUR. And no, it is not true that there is a European electricity exchange where a uniform price for the EU is created. There are only regional (for each state) exchanges. And besides, CEZ does not sell most of its electricity through the stock exchange… And it is not even true that if CEZ sold electricity cheaply, speculators would buy it and export it abroad at a profit. The capacity limitation of the transmission system does not allow anything like that. CR can no longer balance more than it balances. Cheap electricity would have remained in CR. What the government could have done, however, is to impose a WFT of 100% and not the ridiculous 60% (or how much it is exactly), then electricity prices would be somewhere else entirely. How CEZ shaved off customers can be seen from the profit development. The jump in 2022 is breathtaking. https://www.cez.cz/cs/pro-media/cisla-a-statistiky/skupina-cez

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