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20.6.2014 The council of LUMIUS endowment fund has approved donations in June.

Through its endowment fund, LUMIUS the supplier of power and natural gas, has supported another ten applications and provided donations exceeding CZK 200 thousand. The foundation council, which will be the place to distribute funds among the applicants, will take place on 1st October 2014. The deadline for applications for this council is Monday 22nd September 2014.Applications can be sent to . There is only CZK 429,643 to distribute. The total budget of Lumius for 2014 was CZK 700 thousand. more

19.6.2014 CZECH TOP 100: Lumius has Claimed 55th Place

Lumius, a company providing power and natural gas for industrial customers, claimed 55th place among the most significant Czech companies for 2013 in the CZECH TOP 100 inquiry.  more

16.6.2014 Can We Exist Without Russian Gas?

SAFETY – The European energetic dependence on Russia can be rectified, albeit neither quickly nor cheaply. During the last few months, we have all clearly realised that Europe has issues that are more burning than relationships with Russia. Our difficulties with our rather unpredictable and unreadable eastern neighbour with power ambitions would not be so bad if we were not tied with them in the area that modern economics are the most vulnerable in: energy supply. more

16.6.2014 Europe and the Future of Energy

ENERGY POLITICS States of the union are preparing for the decisive discussion on, among other things, support of renewable sources.  more

30.4.2014 LUMIUS Has Accumulated 2.3 Billion Crowns in the First Quarter

Lumius, spol. s r.o., a company providing power and natural gas for industrial customers, has made 2.3 billion Czech crowns in the first three months of this year. Its end customers in the Czech Republic have been delivered a total of 390 GWh of power and 1.2 TWh worth of natural gas. Compared to last year, this meant a decrease by approximately fifteen percent. The result is influenced by the still-significant decrease in prices of both commodities in the evaluated period, mostly due to warm weather.  more

30.4.2014 What Does the New Czech Government Say about Energy

The government has promised that it will not do anything that would result in increased energy costs. In the second week of February, when the already active government has approved of its programme statement, we has learned what is there to inspire the colourful coalition of the Czech Social Democratic Party, the Ano movement and the Christian and Democratic Union during their governing times. In the energy department, they mostly plan to prevent prices from increasing.  more

29.4.2014 Companies Demand Permit Money from the State

The power company ČEZ has asked the financial office to return the 5.3 billion crowns the company paid in 2011 and 2012 as emission permit-based gift taxes. more

15.4.2014 LUMIUS Has Accumulated CZK 9.5 Billion

According to preliminary economical results, Lumius, spol. s r.o., a company providing power and natural gas for industrial customers, has made 9.5 billion Czech crowns during this year. Its end consumers in the Czech Republic have been delivered a total of 2 TWh of power and 3.6 TWh worth of natural gas. Expected profit is CZK 120 million. The pre-audit results have confirmed a slight drop in sales, which was expected by Lumius. According to the audit, the company has accumulated CZK 9.9 billion and achieved profits of CZK 224 million in 2012. Its end customers in the Czech Republic have been delivered a total of 2.5 TWh of power and 4.0 TWh worth of gas. more

14.4.2014 Is Hydrogen Going to Explode or Not?

HYDROGEN The explosive gas could become a valuable resource or a dead end. If there is a car laboratory today, it is California – the state of Internet Millionaires who love technological toys. This year, their abilities can newly be exploited by the Korean Hyundai. Firstly, it should offer drivers in the United States the opportunity to purchase an officially approved and serially produced car with hydrogen propulsion. more

13.4.2014 The Main Reason for High Costs is Import, Says IEA

High costs of power and natural gas will continue to ruin the competitiveness of the European industry for at least 20 years. more

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