New nuclear reactor in Slovakia approved

Unlike Germany, Slovakia continues to expand nuclear power. On Thursday, the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic granted the final operating license for the new third reactor unit at the Mochovce site. An appeal by the Austrian environmental protection organization Global 2000 was thus rejected.

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