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Crucial intelligence to understand the changing dynamics of the Czech energy market

With 7 GW of lignite capacity powering half of the nation’s demand, the tide is turning towards a cleaner, greener future. As EU ETS costs escalate, the viability of traditional plants wanes, prompting imminent retirements well before the government’s 2033 coal exit plan. 

What you need to know about the market

  • As lignite plants retire in Czechia, there is demand for new investments. Renewable energy will be needed to replace the lost power and also invest in conventional power sources to keep things running smoothly, especially the district heating system.
  • Solar power is crucial for filling the gap left by retiring lignite plants. The RES+ Program offers 3–4 bn € for solar and battery projects. As assets under the scheme retain full market exposure, forecasts are crucial to understand the value of investments.
  • Only a fraction of this fund has been allocated, meaning investment opportunity potential is waiting to be realised. 

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Over 80% of Slovak power generation is already decarbonised, largely thanks to a combination of nuclear and hydro sources. The launch of a new unit at the Mochovce nuclear power plant will further reduce power system emissivity, while also shifting Slovakia’s trade balance with neighbouring countries.

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