Just two weeks after it has acquired Bakonyi Eromu, French Veolia announced that it plans to invest 2.6 million euros to improve environmental protection at this thermal power plant in western Hungary. The works on the upgrade are expected to start in March.
CEO of Veolia Energia Magyarorszag, Gyorgy Palko said that the plan is to improve the plant’s efficiency and resolve the long-standing issue of soot and fly ash around the plant.
Full article available for subscribers of Energy NEWS service (PDF publications, energy news, analyses, power and trading data, tenders)
Subscription fee: 800 EUR annually – company licensed
Tags: acquisition, Bakonyi Eromu, electricity, Hungary, investment, Veolia