Péter Szijjártó: the core-catcher will arrive in Paks in one or two weeks
In Istanbul, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó met with Alexey Likhachev, Director General of Rosatom. The meeting was also attended by Chairman-CEO Gergely Jákli, and Managing Director Róbert Griljov.
Paks II. was also discussed at the recent conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency
More than forty years of experience from operating units will also be used in the Paks II. project – was said in Vienna.
The European Union exempts the Paks II. project from sanctions in a separate paragraph
Gergely Jákli said the decision is an important signal for EU and Hungarian suppliers.
Paks II. project receives exemption from EU sanctions
European companies will no longer need the permission of national authorities to participate in the project.
The new bridge will link the left bank of the Danube to the Paks project
Hungary’s twentieth Danube bridge also provides Kalocsa with a highway connection.
The whole region will benefit from the Paks project
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó handed over a workers' hostel for about 150 people in Foktő, Bács-Kiskun County.
Péter Szijjártó: the Paks II. project is an excellent platform for international cooperation
The presence of Siemens is a guarantee as well that the construction of the new Paks nuclear power plant units will be carried out within the framework of an international project – said Péter Szijjártó at the inauguration of the plant hall of the German company in Budapest.
Gergely Jákli: the investment provides a perspective for Paks as well
According to the Chairman-CEO, the purchasing power in the city is a major opportunity for local businesses.
The forging of the reactor vessel started in Saint Petersburg
The reactor vessel of Unit 5 is already being forged, and the core-catcher will arrive in Paks in the summer – Péter Szijjártó announced.
Nuclear energy is inevitable
Security of supply, affordable energy and sustainability were the main topics of the Business Talks '24 round table discussion, at which the Paks II. project was represented by Chairman-CEO Gergely Jákli. The event, held at the House of Music Hungary, emphasized that if electricity needs to be produced in the forecasted extreme weather conditions, then the stable and reliable nuclear energy is unavoidable.
Experts are already modelling the baseplate of the new NPP units
The same size model as the original was used to test the process used to pour the baseplate’s concrete of the new units.
Gergely Jákli: Participation in the Paks II. project is a good reference
Europe's largest nuclear power plant investment with an implementation license is an important opportunity for Hungarian construction companies – Gergely Jákli said at the Portfolio conference.
Nuclear Summit: nuclear energy is the solution
Nuclear energy is the clear solution to today's energy security challenges – the Hungarian Prime Minister said at the first Nuclear Summit.
Szijjártó: we will reach the first concrete by the end of the year
Work on the Paks project is progressing well, the production of the core-catcher of Unit 5 has been completed, and the first concrete could be poured by the end of the year – the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade announced.
Csaba Lantos: Our country is in great need of the new nuclear power plant
– We hope that the six nuclear power plant units will operate side by side in Paks for at least twenty years – said Minister of Energy Csaba Lantos at the Paks II. construction site.
A workshop was organized for potential suppliers
The Contractor ASE JSC organized a workshop for businesses wishing to join the Paks II. nuclear power plant project.
Gergely Jákli: a total of 1.5 million meters of boreholes will be drilled as part of the soil consolidation
Sustainability and nuclear energy were the focus of the conference of the Scientific Association for Energy Management in Szeged, where Paks II. was also a prominent topic.
Péter Szijjártó: Paks II. will be the guarantee of our energy supply
Creating the conditions for the first concrete pour is underway at the Paks II. construction site.
Nuclear energy is a stable pillar of electricity supply
As in previous years, nuclear energy was the stable, reliable base for Hungarian electricity supply in 2023.
Gergely Jákli: Workers from 11 nations work on the construction site
The site preparation works for the new unit are progressing well, and Paks II. is also active on the international stage, Chairman-CEO Gergely Jákli said at the Energycon conference in Budapest.