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The Paks II. project received the electricity implementation license
The HEA license increases the number of major licenses, such as the environmental license and the site license.
The construction and erection base received another construction license
The assembly and storage area of the steel fittings will be equipped with four gantry cranes with a load capacity of 50 tons each.
An excellent option is the „I’ll be an engineer at Paks II.” program
The „I’ll be an engineer at Paks II.” program offers part-time employment, professional support for the successful completion of studies and even job opportunities for students.
János Süli: the investment in Paks will continue in accordance with the deadlines
Minister János Süli reported at the session of the Economic Committee of the Parliament regarding the progress of the Paks II. project
Another important CEB facilities received construction licenses
The Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority has issued a construction license for the concrete mixing facility complex.
The fourth and fifth VVER-1200 type reactors already generate electricity
The VVER-1200 type Unit 2 of the Leningrad II. Nuclear Power Plant and Unit 1 of the Belarussian Nuclear Power Plant are already connected to the grid.
János Süli: Earthworks for the construction may start in the first half of 2021
The new Paks units will prevent 17 milion tons of CO2-emission per year, was said at the Parliament's Sustainable Development Committee hearing.
Paks II. Ltd. submitted another important license application
The license issued by the HEA is of particular importance regarding the start of the construction of new units as electricity generating units.
Paks II. Ltd. launched a new career portal
The company's new career page has been launched, where you can apply for a specific position and register in the hope of a later offer.
The travelling exhibition of Rosatom started in Paks
The so-called „Nuclear Age – 75 Years in the service of the people” exhibition opened on the anniversary of the Russian nuclear industry in front of the Town Hall in Paks.
Special attention is paid to nature conservation
Birds are taken care of with nests, reptiles and amphibians are moved to shelters, native plants are protected in the project.
Information office for domestic companies
Entrepreneurial Information Point was opened by the PIP Nonprofit LLC in Paks. The aim of the office is to involve the domestic companies into Paks II. investment.
HAEA issued construction licenses for new CEB facilities
The control building of the concrete mixing plant (UXC 5.5) and the concrete testing laboratory (UXC 5.6) received construction licenses at the construction and erection base of the new NPP units.
The professional training continues with an increased headcount within the framework of Paks II. Academy
Six universities will train nuclear power plant engineers and specialists in the next academic year. The number of students in the Paks II. Academy has been increased.
The fuel loading started in Unit 2 of the reference NPP of Paks II.
The fuel loading started in Unit 2 of Leningrad II., thus began the physical start-up.
Two new buildings of the construction and erection base received construction licenses
Single-storey industrial buildings will be built as part of the steel and rebar assembly plant complex.
Nuclear power plant investment reaches key milestone
János Süli and the management of Paks II. Ltd. announced the submission of the implementation license application first to the mayors of the region.
Work is in progress in the Construction Base
Construction work is ongoing in the Construction Base where two office buildings and a 100-person kitchen-dining facility are being built.
Domestic electricity is clean and cheap
Compared to European countries, Hungary is in second place in the electricity price competition. The price of electricity is more favorable only in Serbia.
The 2nd unit of the reference power plant of Paks II. is ready to start
A series of inspections called hot functional test was completed on Unit 2 of the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant II.