ČEZ chief, government’s Temelín point man back guaranteed prices for nuclear-generated electricity to support construction of new plants
Českými médii prolétla zpráva, že jsme třetí nejúspěšnější zemí v dosažení jaderné bezpečnosti. To je informace postavená na hlavu. Kachna.
Media widely reported that the Czech Republic is the world’s ‘third best country’ in achieving nuclear safety; it’s nonsense
Gov’t-commissioned report proposes building nuclear plants in decommissioned military training areas to facilitate the process
Government extends mandate of its Temelín nuclear tender supervisor, Václav Bartuška, so he will witness the start of construction
Building new nuclear reactors at Temelín makes no economic sense, says Prague-based consultancy specializing in energy issues
The government is due to extend the mandate of Václav Bartuška, its appointee to supervise the Temelín nuclear power plant expansion
Czech Coal announces grid connection agreement for its first major power plant, a 660 MW unit drawing on its nearby mines
Information Institute think tank says Russian leadership’s reaction to Václav Havel’s death was an insult that shouldn’t go unpunished
State-controlled electricity producer ČEZ says it is no longer seeking to offload its stake in Turkish electricity company Akenerji
Prezident Dmitrij Medveděv si rusky notoval s kolegou Václavem Klausem o dostavbě Temelína i o ekonomickém souznění obou zemí.
President Dmitry Medvedev to sign an MOU on furthering bilateral exchange of nuclear technology during Prague visit
Missile defense will be discussed during Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to Prague, but trade – mainly the Temelín tender – tops the agenda
The future president, Temelín’s expansion and huge state property transfers — all on the table at the Czech Repubilc’s top film festival
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