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Skoda JS wins €36 mln Paks safety system upgrade

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The Czech company Skoda JS won a CZK 1 bln (€36.4 mln) contract to upgrade the safety system of the Paks nuclear power plant in Hungary, company spokesman Jan Stolar said yesterday.

Skoda JS will digitalize the analogue safety systems originally installed by a Russian company, Stolar said. Hungarian companies will account for 20% of the project content, he added. Skoda JS built Paks's four reactors in the early 1980s.

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