Slovak CPP Zemplin in multimllion euro plant investment

CPP Zemplin, a newly set-up Slovak company, plans to build a EUR 54m combined cycle power plant in the town of Strazske in eastern Slovakia, SITA news agency reported.

The plant will have an installed capacity of 70MW and is expected to generate 500 000MWh of electricity annually.

The construction works are scheduled to begin in mid-2012.

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