EVN


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EVNElectricity of Vietnam (state-owned utility)
EVNYerevan, Armenia (Airport Code)
EVNEscape Velocity: Nova (computer game)
EVNEnergie Versorgung Niederösterreich AG
EVNEurovision News Exchange
EVNEscola Via Net
EVNEngineering Variation Notice
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He stressed that in order to fully realize these investments EVN Macedonia took loans.
EVN purchased electricity from NEK at preferential prices in its capacity of end-supplier at a time when the company owed NEK BGN 50 M for purchased electricity, while EVN had to receive BGN 25 M from NEK, according to reports of Sega daily.
Teams of experts of EVN Macedonia and EVN Austria as well as other experts took five years to develop the Master Plan.
We created EVN to help close this gap and provide entrepreneurs with a single point of access for advice, resources, and expertise as they grow.
The number of mobile telecommunications operators has reduced to six and the market is now clearly defined as the top three Viettel, MobiFone, and VinaPhone are together holding about 92% market share while the smaller fish VietnamMobile (Hanoi Telecom), S-Fone, and Beeline (Gtel Mobile) painfully share the rest and are struggling to survive after EVN Telecom was merged into Viettel in late 2011.
Sollfelner will continue working at EVN AG, moving to a senior position in an Austria-based office of the company in the sphere of distribution of electricity and natural gas, according to a media statement of EVN Bulgaria.
SeeNews) - Oct 23, 2013 - Austrian utilities EVN (WBAG:EVN) and Wien Energie will delay the introduction of smart electricity meters, EVN spokesman Stefan Zach and Wien Energie CEO Reinhard Brehmer told daily Wirtschaftsblatt.
5% stake in Austrian EVN AG (VIE:EVN), a spokesman for the Austrian private equity firm told Reuters on Wednesday.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 31, 2013-B&C denies speculated interest in EnBW's EVN stake(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Austrian utility EVN said on Tuesday it has informed Bulgaria that it intends to launch arbitration proceedings in order to safeguard its investments in the country, SeeNews reported.
SeeNews) - Jul 21, 2011 - Austrian utility company EVN AG (WBAG:EVN) has opened a 1,995 kWp photovoltaic (PV) plant near the city of Burgas, Bulgaria.