04 December 2018

ČEZ utility briefing

A briefing for investors, insurers and banks
The briefing gives an overview of utilities’ power mix and existing coal plant fleet; the financial, policy and reputation risks facing these power assets; the pathways for how the utility might re-align its coal plant fleet to the UN Paris Climate Agreement as well as the actions already being taken by investors, insurers and banks.
This briefing paper presents analysis and recommendations to assist investors, insurers and banks in achieving a coal phase-out from ČEZ.
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