24 June 2020

ČEZ Briefing for Investors, Insurers and Banks

As companies and policy makers confront the mounting risks of climate change, the trajectory of coal exclusion policies among financial institutions and utilities is trending in a positive direction. The same is true for Czech energy holdings company ČEZ, which broadly outlined its own coal phase-out target dates in an ​April 2020 presentation to investors, and has been steadily improving the alignment of its power generation fleet with the goal of limiting green house gas emissions.

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