Yesterday, German energy concern E.ON held the inauguration ceremony for its new combined cycle plant in Malzenice near Trnava.
CEO Kreuzer informed those present that the plant with an output of 3 billion kWh of electricity per year was constructed in 26 months at a cost of EUR 400 million.
The Malzenice plant uses a combined gas-steam cycle system, which is one the most efficient and ecological ways of generating electricity. the plant has an efficiency rating of 59%, making it one of the most efficient in Europe. It should produce enough electricity to cater for up to 900,000 households.