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CEZ to bid for Romanian Power Stations

The Czech power giant CEZ will next week submit bids for two Romanian power stations, a CEZ manager told the Romanian daily Ziarul Financiar.

CEZ sent letters of interest to the Romanian government, which is privatizing the power station, in July.

The Romanian government is selling 25 % stakes in the power stations Electrica Oltenia and Electrica Moldova, with the winner required to raise its stake to 51 % through a share capital hike. Each of the two firms has over 1.3 mln clients and capital of over USD 120 mln.

Other investors reportedly interested in the privatization include Public Power Corporation, E.ON, Union Fenosa International, and AES, according to the Reuters news agency.

CEZ recently acquired three power companies in Bulgaria. The firm is also eyeing the Slovak power utility Slovenske elektrarne (SE) and is monitoring the situation in Poland, Moldova, Croatia, Bosnia- Herzegovina, Macedonia, and Ukraine.

CEZ is 67.6 % owned by the Czech state. Last year, the firm merged with the country's eight regional power distributors, creating a giant with a 70 % share of the Czech electricity supply market.

(Interfax 15.x.04)

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