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20 Provisions CHF thousands 2009 2010 Contract risks Reversion provisions Pension provisions Other provisions
               
  At 1 January 93,420 64,392 - 52,974 9,196 2,222
  Provisions recognised 4,619 2,330 725 - 498 1,107
  Additions from changes in consolidation - 3,522 - - - 3,522
  Provisions used -26,782 -265 - - - -265
  Provisions reversed -7,225 -2,615 -290 - -858 -1,467
  Disposals from change in consolidation - -818 - - -818 -
  Interest 360 352 - 363 - -11
  Translation differences - -938 -40 - -259 -639
  At 31 December 64,392 65,960 395 53,337 7,759 4,469
               
               
  Expected maturity up to 1 year 614 37,801 387 37,162 - 252
  Current provisions 614 37,801 387 37,162 - 252
               
               
  Expected maturity within 2 – 5 years 40,027 3,231 8 1,792 - 1,431
  Expected maturity more than 5 years 23,751 24,928 - 14,383 7,759 2,786
  Non – current provisions 63,778 28,159 8 16,175 7,759 4,217

Contract risks

Provisions for contract risks cover obligations and risks identified on the balance sheet date and relating to the energy business.

Reversion provisions

In 2011 the second part of the reversion waiver compensation for the Pr├Ąttigau power plants will be paid in the amount of MCHF 37 as a one-off payment. Other provisions exist for the extensive deliveries of free energy to the municipality of Poschiavo.

Pension provisions

Note 19 provides information on the measurement of the provision for pension fund obligations.

Other provisions

Other provisions cover various minor risks which are individually regarded as insignificant.