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Sweden’s NIBE Director:
Czechs more interested in renewable energy sources

Klas Dahlberg, Director of International Business Development within Sweden’s group NIBE, which owns Czech boiler manufacturer DZ Dražice, says that the corporation expects sales to rise thanks to the Paris climate accord. “Our business will benefit from the reduction of CO2 emissions,” Mr Dahlberg says. Nibe group’s sales rose 16% last year, reaching SEK 15.4 billion. In the first three quarters of this year, the corporation’s sales expanded by one third. Nibe’s product range includes heat pumps and ventilation systems as well as battery heaters and heated windscreen wipers. Mr Dahlberg notes that Czechs are becoming increasingly interested in sustainable energy sources and welcomes government incentives motivating people to replace old boilers.

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