Slovenské elektrárne

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For Slovenian power company, see Holding Slovenske elektrarne.
Slovenské elektrárne, a.s.
Industry Electricity
Headquarters Bratislava, Slovakia
Parent Enel

Slovenské elektrárne, a.s. is an electric utility company based in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, and successor to the former state monopoly. It operates nuclear, hydroelectric and fossil fuel power plants. Since April 2006, 66% of the company's shares is owned by the Italian energy company Enel. Enel paid €839 million for shares and it plans to invest a further €1.9 billion in the company over 10 years.[1]

Business agreements[edit]

Slovenské elektrárne has signed a business agreement with Consorzio Paleocapa on September 12, 2010, for future collaboration in fossil fuel power plants operation in Italy and Slovakia.[2]


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