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Czech markets  |  October 10, 2010 15:03:46

Žaluda: Increase in electricity prices for Czech Railways photovoltaics comes to hundreds of millions of crowns


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PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - The Czech Railways CEO Petr Acorns comes an increase in electricity prices track the hundreds of millions of crowns. He said Sunday's show in Czech Television Moravec.

"The restructuring process continues Railways will not, however, continue to such an extent as it was before, when thousands of people a year had faded," said Žalud. The company is trying to save money, management wants to cut staff wages by 10 percent, trade unionists have introduced their version of the collective agreement. "The proposal is based on collective agreements, the economic situation of the country and state. We have to absorb such an increase in electricity prices to rise due to photovoltaics, which in the Czech Railways will make hundreds of millions of crowns," said Žalud.

According to the latest estimates of the Energy Regulatory Office (ERO), the electricity to households could rise from 1 January 2011 by nearly 13 percent, companies of more than 18 percent. The average household that uses 2,500 kilowatt hours per year (live in three-room apartment and electricity is on, and uses the usual cooking appliances), and annually pays about 1300 crowns more. For households that electricity and heating and water heating (consumption approx. 15,000 kWh per year), this means increased costs about 7700 CZK a year. An entrepreneur who consumes about 40,000 kWh, should pay a CZK 20 000 per year in addition, large enterprises consuming 30 GWh should pay about 15 million more per year. Prices should clarify the authority at the end of October.

Czech Railways is one of the leading rail carriers in the European Union, employing about 27 thousand people. Last year, used railway connections over 163 million passengers, up by seven per cent less. The company managed the billion-dollar loss, operating profit before depreciation, however, was positive at EUR 1.1 billion. The loss was mainly caused by depreciation. In the current timetable 2009/10 set out for Czech Railways average 7500 links every day. In 2009, invested in railway modernization and the purchase of new vehicles over four billion, in 2010 it will be five billion.

Libor Popel, popela@mediafax.cz

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