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Bringing the Tisova power station in the Czech Republic up to scratch environmentally is likely to cost around £70 million, according to power company Ceske Energeticke Zavody. Work on a first fluid boiler started in October and is due for completion in 1995; bids have been invited for a second boiler with a desulphurising unit to be commissioned in 1997. The work will bring the plant into line with sulphur emissions elsewhere in Europe and give it a further 25 years of operation. ...

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