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János Süli: the Visegrad countries stand in a joint statement in favor of nuclear energy to achieve climate protection goals
The V4 welcomes the resolution of the EC's Scientific Service that nuclear energy is a safe technology in full compliance with EU environmental standards.
Many EU Member States see the future in nuclear energy
More and more European countries recognize that they need nuclear energy for a climate-friendly, affordable and undisturbed electricity generation.
János Süli: the licensing of construction of the reactor vessels begins
Another important license application was submitted by Paks II. Ltd. – was said at the session of the Parliament’s Sustainable development committee.
Rafael Grossi: we need more nuclear energy for emission-free energy production
More than a quarter of the world’s clean energy production is based on nuclear energy – emphasized the Director General of the International Nuclear Energy Agency.
President of the European Commission: the EU needs nuclear energy
According to the President of the European Commission the nuclear energy is a reliable energy source.
Hungary has the cheapest electricity in the EU
The ever-growing utility fees put more and more burden on the population in the European Union. The residential electricity is the cheapest in Hungary among the EU Member States.
A record number of people interested at the BME job fair
A hoard of mechanical, chemical and electrical engineers visited the stand of Paks II. Ltd. at the job fair of BME.
Community work – this time the fences of a kindergarten were painted by the employees of Paks II. Ltd.
Following the voluntary work in Kalocsa during summer, this time Dunaszentgyörgy was the home for social work for Rosatom, JSC ASE, Paks II. Ltd. and MVM Paks NPP Ltd.
Paks II. Ltd. is the active participant of job fairs
The stand of Paks II. generated a great interest at the job fair of the Óbuda University. The company will appear at several similar events in the coming weeks.
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.
The values of the county in Sárszentlőrinc
Minister János Süli spoke about the results and plans of the regional development associated with the Paks II. project in Sárszentlőrinc.
János Süli thanked the healthcare workers
An unusual, thank-you reception was held on the occasion of Semmelweis Day in Szekszárd, at the headquarters of Ferropatent.
Electricity consumption in Hungary continues to grow
MAVIR forecasts 8000 MW of peak electricity consumption by 2030.
László Palkovics: Nuclear energy is essential for Hungary
In Hungary it is impossible to achieve climate protection goals without nuclear energy, said László Palkovics in Paks.
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.
Ministerial report on the Paks II. the project
The implementation of the Paks II. project is progressing according to plan, said minister János Süli before the Tolna County Assembly.
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 foundation stone of the Kalocsa-Paks Danube Bridge was laid
The Paks and the M6 motorway will be accessible to people living in Bács-Kiskun county via the Kalocsa bridge.