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Paks II. Ltd. received the physical protection permission
The nuclear authority issued the physical protection permission for Paks II. Ltd. - the physical protection plan meets the requirements in all respects.
The employees of Paks II. can move to a new office building
The Power Plant Investment Centre built in the immediate vicinity of future units has been completed and received its move-in license.
Community work in the nursing home in Kalocsa
The employees of the companies working on the Paks II. project worked together to beautify the park of the Kalocsa Social Center Bem Street nursing home.
Due to the scorching heat, the summer electricity consumption record was broken once again
The heatwave brought a new peak in electricity consumption in the summer. The summer peak is barely below the winter record.
Another VVER-1200 type unit started its commercial operation
Unit 1 of the Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant started its commercial operation on 10 June, this is the fifth VVER-1200 unit in commercial operation.
The Parliament approved the amendment to the loan agreement
Following the successful negotiations of the Hungarian government, the financing agreement of the Paks II. project is amended positively.
The selection of instructors for the Paks II. project has started
Within the framework of the work related to the selection and training of the operating staff, the selection of the instructors performing the professional training started.
A summary of the public hearing was published
The Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority has published the summary of the public hearing related to the implementation licensing of the planned units.
Generations together in the Paks II. project
It is a lucky pairing when decades of professional experience and local knowledge meet. Gábor Tari and Péter Pach work with this professional approach.
E-mobility for environmental protection then and now
Electric cars have become increasingly popular in recent years, but this is not a new trend, the first such vehicles appeared in the late 19th century.
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