Enel's unit fails to meet accord on hydro station, Slovakia says

August 2014
Energy Today (Hungary);8/28/2014, p4
The article focuses on a document posted by the Slovak government on it web site which revealed that Slovenske Elektrarne AS, the Slovak unit of Italian electric utility company, has violated an agreement that allows it to operate the Gabcikovo hydropower station located on the Danube river.


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