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Analysis Questions Fundamentals of TES6 Project

Ljubljana, 28 November - An analysis of the EUR 1.3bn investment in a new generator at the Sostanj coal-fired power plant (TES6) by the consultancy CE Delft shows flaws that if accounted for would lower the projected return on investment well below the level requested by the government, putting a question mark on the economics of the project.

Ljubljana
An analysis of the investment in a new generator at the Sostanj coal-fired power plant by the consultancy CE Delft questions the economic fundamentals of the project.
Pictured left to right: CEE Bankwatch Network representative Piotr Trzaskowski, author of the analysis Geert Warring, and Lidija Zivcic of the Focus NGO.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
An analysis of the investment in a new generator at the Sostanj coal-fired power plant by the consultancy CE Delft questions the economic fundamentals of the project.
Pictured left to right: CEE Bankwatch Network representative Piotr Trzaskowski, author of the analysis Geert Warring, and Lidija Zivcic of the Focus NGO.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
An analysis of the investment in a new generator at the Sostanj coal-fired power plant by the consultancy CE Delft questions the economic fundamentals of the project.
Pictured left to right: CEE Bankwatch Network representative Piotr Trzaskowski, author of the analysis Geert Warring, and Lidija Zivcic of the Focus NGO.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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