Paks Nuclear Power Plant upgrade gets site permit
The Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority awarded a site permit for the upgrade of the countryʼs sole nuclear power plant in Paks on Thursday, government commissioner for the project Attila Aszódi told state news agency MTI.
Aszódi called the decision an important milestone and said all criteria have been met to prepare the technical plans for the plant.
Construction work on the upgrade of Hungaryʼs sole nuclear power plant is due to start next year, with financing from Russia.
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