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New construction licenses were issued by the authority
New facilities of the Construction and Erection Base have recently received a construction license from the Hungarian Atomic Energy Agency (HAEA).
The construction of Paks II. is of national economic and national security importance
At the meeting of Péter Szijjártó and Alexey Likhachev, the director general of Rosatom confirmed: his company is able to implement the investment.
Hungary's electricity import dependence is also high by European standards
In 2021 there was a 30 days worth of time period, when Hungarian electricity consumption was covered by at least 40% of import.
The CEO of Paks II. Ltd. received the Prima Award
István Lenkei, who was awarded for his outstanding and exemplary performance in his profession, spent his entire career in the nuclear energy sector.
There is no secure supply of electricity without the Paks II. investment
The Paks II. project guarantees the secure electricity supply and the affordable electricity – highlighted János Süli at the event of Századvég.
Paks II. Ltd. attended a career orientation day
The students of the Energy Technical School and College (ESZI) were also able to find out about the opportunities offered by Paks II. Ltd. at the school's career orientation day.
The construction licensing for the reactor building begins
Paks II. Nuclear Power Plant Ltd. submitted the construction license application for the reactor building of Unit 5 on 30 December to the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority.
The head of Rosatom had a meeting in Budapest
On 17 December, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received Alexey Likhachev, Director General of the Russian state nuclear energy group Rosatom, at the Carmelite Monastery.
The Paks Social Council held another meeting
Paks II. Ltd. received important licenses, meanwhile the construction of facilities on the construction and erection base progressing – was said at the Paks Social Council’s meeting.
The growing trend of electricity consumption also confirms the necessity of Paks II.
The country's electricity demand is constantly growing, which is why the construction of the two new Paks NPP units is of utmost interest.
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