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France needs power imports to avoid winter blackouts – RTE

Date: 14.09.2022 Author: Chris Eales and Muriel Boselli, Montel
France needs power imports to avoid winter blackouts – RTEPhoto: EDF Energy

France would need rolling power cuts to avoid blackouts unless neighbours maintained power flows to the country this autumn and into winter, French TSO RTE said on Wednesday.

Romania to jointly develop small modular reactors with Poland

Date: 07.09.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania to jointly develop small modular reactors with PolandPhoto: NuScale

Nuclearelectrica, the operator of Romania’s Cernavoda nuclear power plant, has signed a cooperation memorandum with Poland's copper giant KGHM on the development of a small modular reactor (SMR),

Price effect of German nuclear reserve negligible – analysts

Date: 06.09.2022 Author: Andreas Lochner, Montel
Price effect of German nuclear reserve negligible – analystsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Germany’s plan to keep two nuclear units online after year-end in the event of a supply crisis will have a negligeable impact on power prices, said analysts on Tuesday.

Germany to put 2 reactors (2.7 GW) in emergency reserve

Date: 05.09.2022 Author: Andreas Lochner, Montel
Germany to put 2 reactors (2.7 GW) in emergency reservePhoto: EDF Energy

Germany will put two nuclear reactors (2.7 GW) on emergency reserve mode from next year, instead of closing them down, to help the nation cope with an energy supply crisis, the economy ministry said

Germany likely to keep two nuclear units online – report

Date: 02.09.2022 Author: Christian Driessen, Montel
Germany likely to keep two nuclear units online – reportPhoto: www.pixabay.com

Germany will likely keep two nuclear power units with 2.7 GW in total capacity in operation to provide enough baseload generation capacity in 2023, German daily newspaper Handelsblatt reported on

German nuclear plants may remain online in 2023 – Spiegel

Date: 30.08.2022 Author: Nathan Witkop, Montel
German nuclear plants may remain online in 2023 – SpiegelPhoto: EDF Energy

Germany may be about to extend the operation of its three remaining nuclear plants scheduled to close this year into 2023, according to the Spiegel news service.

Hungary issues building permit for new Paks nuclear units

Date: 30.08.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Hungary issues building permit for new Paks nuclear unitsPhoto: Paks NPP

Hungary has issued a permit that would allow the construction of two new 1.2 GW nuclear reactors by the Russian state-owned company Rosatom, Hungary’s foreign minister said.

Croatia still waiting for Slovenian response on Krsko lifespan

Date: 26.08.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia still waiting for Slovenian response on Krsko lifespanPhoto: Simona Drevenšek

Croatia is still waiting for a response from Slovenia on the results of Croatia's public debate concerning the environmental impact of extending the lifespan of the Krsko nuclear plant, the economy

“German power could slide EUR 25 on nuclear extension”

Date: 25.08.2022 Author: Kjersti Dalfest, Montel
“German power could slide EUR 25 on nuclear extension”Photo: EDF Energy

Power prices in Germany could drop by around EUR 25 on average next year if the country extended the lifetimes of its three remaining nuclear plants which are due for closure, an analyst said on

Slovenian nuclear plant overhaul could boost import costs

Date: 25.08.2022 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Slovenian nuclear plant overhaul could boost import costsPhoto: Simona Drevenšek

The one-month long regular overhaul of the Slovenian 696 MW Krsko nuclear plant, scheduled to start on 1 October, could cause high power import costs for Slovenia, market participants told Montel

French nuclear output to hit winter low in supply risk – EQ

Date: 24.08.2022 Author: Muriel Boselli, Montel
French nuclear output to hit winter low in supply risk – EQPhoto: EDF Energy

French available nuclear capacity will dive 6-8 GW year on year this winter to a record low, meaning supply was “definitely at risk” should there be a particularly cold spell, said Montel’s

Romanian nuclear output slightly lower in H1 2022, revenues jump

Date: 23.08.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian nuclear output slightly lower in H1 2022, revenues jumpPhoto: Incont.ro

Production at Romania’s Cernavoda nuclear power plant fell 2.3% in H1 2022 compared to the same period a year earlier, while the revenues of the plant’s operator Nuclearelectrica more than doubled



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