Czech Gov’t Sets Parameters For $10B Nuclear Expansion

Law360, New York (January 18, 2013, 8:08 PM EST) -- The Czech Republic on Friday gave conditional environmental clearance to a $10 billion proposal by CEZ AS, the state’s main electric utility, to more than double the size of its biggest nuclear power facility.

The Czech Ministry of Environment issued a lengthy environmental impact assessment that lays out 90 conditions that the majority state-owned CEZ must meet in order to secure government for approval for its plan to add two more reactors to the Temelin Nuclear Power Plant in the central Czech Republic. The conditions mostly...
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