Latest Temelín Nuclear Power Station Stories

2010-02-23 12:30:00

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Westinghouse Electric Company LLC announced today that it has been notified by CEZ that it has successfully complied with the qualification requirements stipulated in the Qualification Documentation for the public contract "Completion of the Temelin Nuclear Power Plant." Westinghouse received the confirmation from CEZ on February 18, after submitting its response to the Qualification Document, issued by CEZ, in October 2009. In that submission,...

2008-07-21 06:00:39

CEZ (Prague, Czech Republic), semi-state power group, started to prepare enlargement of its nuclear power plants Jaderna elektrarna Temelin (JETE) in the middle of 2008. CEZ submited an application for judgement of influences of the JETE enlargement project on environment (EIA) on 9 Jul 2008. JETE's enlargement could cost up to CEK 150 bil. Besides JETE, CEZ also plans to invest in its older nuclear power plants Jaderna elektrarna Dukovany (JEDU) where it plans to replace mainly old reactors...

2008-07-11 12:00:31

CEZ has requested the Czech ministry of environment to carry out the environmental impact assessment of the proposed completion of the Temelin nuclear power plant. The purpose of the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process is to identify, describe and evaluate in a complex way anticipated environmental effects and effects on public health of prepared projects and concepts in all critical contexts. The EIA process precedes approvals of the projects and commencement of their...

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