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Tech start-up Nimble Energy introduces Nimbee, an electricity-on-demand service for out-of-home EV charging. Pilot operations will start in the first EU city, Prague, this summer. Prague, February 8, 2021 – The Czech tech start-up Nimble Energy aims to simplify the life of electric vehicle owners by bringing charging-electricity to wherever they need it. Focusing on high-capacity mobile storage and charging stations in the last three years, Nimble Energy is introducing an industry-first on-demand electricity delivery service. Nimbee, the first customer-centric system, is based on a 50 cm small, 40 kW charging power mobile battery developed by the Czech and Swiss experts. It can fully charge a medium-size car with European CCS connectors or Asian CHAdeMO within an hour. The officialRead more.

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By: Sberbank.cz Prague 20.1.2021. Sberbank increased the number of internal processes managed by robots by 40 percent year-on-year. Since the end of 2020, the bank has also robotized the first processes directly for clients, namely the processing of applications from the new Sberbank e-shop. Thanks to the deployment of the robot, the bank increased the efficiency of processing loan applications that clients submitted through the e-shop, improved the customer experience and improved the service for clients. “Despite the difficult situation in 2020, we managed to further develop the implementation of robots into our operation and now we have reached the number of 43 robotic processes. We partially robotized the first really classic front office process – the new Sberbank e-shop,Read more.

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The numbers are in and according to Minister of Finance Alena Schillerová, the Czech Republic ran a deficit of CZK 367 billion for 2020, dwarfing 2009’s deficit of CZK 192 billion, making it the worst deficit in the country’s history by a long shot.  As rough as it is, this deficit is actually lower than what was expected; Originally, the Chamber of Deputies had signed off on allowing for a CZK 500 billion deficit. Schillerová explained that there was CZK 110.7 billion extra in unexpected revenues to pad the losses. Roughly half of the unexpected revenue came from taxes, and CZK 26 billion came from the European Union.  Overall, the total state budget revenues fell by CZK 47.7 billion, andRead more.