Rosatom eyes Hungary’s energy market, nuclear energy,
Russia’s Rosatom is interested in Hungary’s conventional energy industry as well as its nuclear power sector, the deputy head of the company’s marketing unit said in Monday’s issues of business daily Napi Gazdaság. Rosatom could be a supplier of conventional energy systems or of heating plant technology in Hungary, said Rosatom Overseas deputy head Boris Arsejev. It could also become involved in upkeep, electricity distribution and trade, he added. Rosatom recently launched a series of presentations in Hungary of technology it could use to expand the Paks nuclear power plant. A tender to expand the Paks plant, which accounts for about 40% of electricity generated in Hungary, is expected to be called soon.
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