Czechs Downsize Nuclear Power Ambitions via Nuclear Power Industry News

In an interview with the Hospodarske Noviny newspaper, Martin Kuba described a proposal to reach 80 percent nuclear power by 2060 as economically unrealistic. Instead, he said it is more likely that the Eastern European country will complete two new units at its Temelin plant and extend the life of the reactors at Dukovany.

The six reactors currently operating in the Czech Republic represent about a third of its power generation, according to the World Nuclear Association, and the newspaper said the Temelin project would bring nuclear’s share up to about 50 percent.

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