Profen Power Station

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Profen Power Station in Saxony Anhalt, Germany is proposed a 600 MW plant sponsored by the Czech energy group Energeticky A Prumyslovy Holding (EPH).

Future location of Profen Power Station - approximate area only

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Background

In 2009 CEZ Group acquired the exclusive rights to a project of the construction of the plant, but in 2011 sold its share to MIBRAG, a division of Energeticky A Prumyslovy Holding (EPH).[1][2]

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Sources

  1. "CEZ secured the exclusive right to build the Profen coal-fired power plant in Germany" July 2009, CEZ Group.
  2. "CEZ : to Acquire Energotrans and to Sell Its Stake in MIBRAG" 4-Traders, July 28, 2011.

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