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Areva je ze hry o Temelín

Aktualizováno. ČEZ vyloučil francouzskou firmu ze soutěže na dostavbu dvou bloků jihočeské jaderné elektrárny. Areva podá námitku.

French connection tipped as a frontrunner for ČEZ nuclear partner

Plans are to at least double the size of the Temelín complex with the current two reactors increased to four

French connection in form of EdF seen as one of the frontrunners for ČEZ Temelín partnership

ČEZ to weigh up partner for Temelín expansion

Jaderná elektrárna Temelín.

Czech electricity giant ČEZ says willing to test whether partner could be brought on board to help build two new reactors at Temelín

Czech Fin Min gives mixed message on Temelín support

Ani po třech týdnech od spektakulárního prohlášení Miroslava Kalouska o protiútoku v případu IPB není jasné, kdy jej ministr zahájí.

FM Miroslav Kalousek rules out gov’t guarantees for Temelín bank loans but agrees electricity prices may be up for negotiation

Kremlin ideologist to oversee Russian trade ties with Czech Republic

The Kremlin’s chief ideologist Vladislav Surkov (left) is said to have had authority even over presidents Vladimir Putin (center) and Dmitri Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov, engineer of Russian ‘sovereign democracy,’ is now chairman of the Czech-Russian trade and industry commission

Russian bidder offers ‘full financing’ for Temelín expansion

Rusatom Overseas top manager Leoš Tomíček at a press conference Tuesday at which he announced the signing up of a further 10 Czech and Slovak companies as possible suppliers for the Temelín project and some of the 30 reactors Rosatom is building around t

Rosatom says it is ready to find 100-percent financing for the Kč 200 billion project to expand the Czech nuclear power plant Temelín

Russian-Czech Temelín JV signs up more potential suppliers

France’s Avera believes it has an advantage in the bid to expand Temelín

Russian-Czech Temelín expansion joint venture announces more local companies lined up as suppliers for local and global work

US ambassador confident Temelín nuclear extension will go ahead

Eisen, whose mother was born in Czechoslovakia, is currently Obama’s Special Counsel for Ethics and Government Reform

Temelín bidders say planned new reactor blocks will be built; Czech gov’t point man speaks of one in three chance of its cancellation 

Areva signs up 14 Czech companies for Temelín

Areva managers and bosses of Czech suppliers at the signing of the memoranda of understanding

French bidder for Temelín contract rolls out 14 Czech firms it has signed up as contractors – should it land the massive tender

ČEZ casts around for financing mix to support Temelín expansion

Expanding Temelín will cost an estimated Kč 150 billion–Kč 200 billion; ČEZ has the cash flow, but is quietly looking around for financing (perhaps using the British, Finnish or American models)

While ČEZ boasts its cash flow would be enough to fund new nuclear plants, it’s already talking about other options to help cover costs

Chris Johnstone 5.3.2012

Czech power giant ČEZ 2011 profit slips, overshoots expectations

Daniel Beneš was Roman’s right-hand man at ČEZ

ČEZ announces last quarter 2011 and full-year results, which are down on 2010 but better than the power giant had been hoping for

Temelín: Referenční reaktor Rosatomu se zpozdí

Šéf Rosatomu Sergej Kirijenko oznámil budovatelům druhé fáze elektrárny v Novovoroněži, že dokončení nového bloku se odkládá o dva roky.

Další předzápas o dostavbu Temelína: Westinghouse – Metrostav

Každý ze tří zájemců o dostavbu jaderných bloků se snaží získat české subdodavatele. V pondělí podepsal smlouvu Westinghouse s Metrostavem.

Westinghouse signs up Czech builder Metrostav as partner in Temelín bid

Westinghouse's AP1000

Westinghouse recruits the biggest Czech home grown construction company, Metrostav, in bid to become Temelín frontrunner

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