Block 2 of Paks nuclear plant licensed to operate until end-2034

November 2014
Hungary A.M.;11/26/2014, p7
The article reports about the extension in the license of number 2 block of the Paks nuclear power plant, in Central Hungary, by the Hungary's National Atomic Energy Office (OAH), and states that the license would be active until December 31, 2034.


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