Temelín

Zmatení jazyků a radioaktivních pojmů

Čtyři ze šesti českých reaktorů, konkrétně v Dukovanech (na snímku), nemají masivní ochrannou obálku, zvanou kontejnment.

Českými médii prolétla zpráva, že jsme třetí nejúspěšnější zemí v dosažení jaderné bezpečnosti. To je informace postavená na hlavu. Kachna.

Czechs named third in Nuclear Threat Initiative ranking; that doesn’t equate to stellar safety

Čtyři ze šesti českých reaktorů, konkrétně v Dukovanech (na snímku), nemají masivní ochrannou obálku, zvanou kontejnment.

Media widely reported that the Czech Republic is the world’s ‘third best country’ in achieving nuclear safety; it’s nonsense

Czech gov’t Temelín point man: build new nuclear plants on old army sites

Ani brutální zásahy vojáků brdské přírodě nevadí. Některé rostlinné druhy preferují právě ta místa, která jsou čas od času rozrývaná dopadem střel či pásy obrněnců.

Gov’t-commissioned report proposes building nuclear plants in decommissioned military training areas to facilitate the process

Tom Jones 19.1.2012

Czech gov't Temelín supervisor wins longer term

Václav Bartuška (right) with ČEZ CEO Danniel Beneš (center) and the former industry minister at the hand over of tender documents to the three Temelín bidders at the end of October

Government extends mandate of its Temelín nuclear tender supervisor, Václav Bartuška, so he will witness the start of construction

ČEZ fails to make economic case for expanding Temelín, study says

The Candole Partners’ study should make unpleasant reading for ČEZ chief Daniel Beneš (left) and government supervisor of the Temelín expansion project, Václav Bartuška (right)

Building new nuclear reactors at Temelín makes no economic sense, says Prague-based consultancy specializing in energy issues

Czech gov’t to discuss Temelín supervisor’s term

The government’s Temelín commissioner Václav Bartuška says foreign demand for Czech electricity exports is bound to grow

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 okay for new power plant

Skupina Czech Coal se na celkové produkci uhlí v ČR podílí téměř z jedné třetiny.

Czech Coal announces grid connection agreement for its first major power plant, a 660 MW unit drawing on its nearby mines

No Medvedev or Putin at Havel’s funeral? No Temelín contract for Russians!

if Russian leaders Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev turn their backs on Václav Havel, Czech petitioners say they can kiss a nuclear contract goodbye

Information Institute think tank says Russian leadership’s reaction to Václav Havel’s death was an insult that shouldn’t go unpunished

ČEZ abandons Turkish Akenerji divestment

State-controlled electricity producer ČEZ says it is no longer seeking to offload its stake in Turkish electricity company Akenerji

Medveděv v Praze: kontrakty za 54 miliard, připustil neregulérní volby

Václav Klaus k návštěvě Dmitrije Medveděva: Myslím, že jsme již kontakt a základní porozumění mezi sebou našli.

Prezident Dmitrij Medveděv si rusky notoval s kolegou Václavem Klausem o dostavbě Temelína i o ekonomickém souznění obou zemí.

Pavel Pokorný 9.12.2011

Russian-Czech nuclear energy JV planned

Dmitry Medvedev (left) and Václav Klaus in Moscow last year for celebrations marking the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II

President Dmitry Medvedev to sign an MOU on furthering bilateral exchange of nuclear technology during Prague visit

Medvedev to raise missile defense and Temelín during state visit

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (left) with his Czech counterpart, Václav Klaus, at their last meeting in Prague, in April 2010

Missile defense will be discussed during Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to Prague, but trade – mainly the Temelín tender – tops the agenda

Karlovy Vary: All the Czech fat cats at one trough

The future president, Temelín’s expansion and huge state property transfers — all on the table at the Czech Repubilc’s top film festival

Westinghouse signs agreement with Vítkovice

Vítkovice Machinery Group signs non-exclusive cooperation deal with Westinghouse with view to supply Temelín nuclear plant

Czech PM’s windy promises over German renewable power

Czech PM Petr Nečas (right) with Bavaria’s Horst Seehofer in December 2010

Czech electricity grid operator ČEPS casts doubt on the prime minister’s soothing words about problematic German power flows