The mayors of the 41 settlements in the near vicinity of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant and the region’s parlamentarians met the representatives of the government and MVM Paks II. Ltd. as part of the regular consultations.
A coordination of the study plan for the new Danube bridge planned between Paks and Kalocsa was held on 25 August in Kalocsa, in the city hall’s ceremonial hall, organized by the Transport Development Coordination Center.
Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority briefed that on 10 August 2015 the Geological Research Program’s implementation was checked by the experts of the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority and the Baranya County Government Office, Technical Admisson and Consumer Protection Department, Mining Division (BMK BO) on an official visit.
MVM Paks II. Nuclear Power Plant Development Ltd’s „Energy Inside Us” interactive information truck reached an outstanding result in visitor numbers during the first half of this year’s festival season. A couple hundred visitors per day, and a few thousand visitors in all visited the renewed exhibition during our traditional festival season.
Under the general contractor agreement signed in December 2014, the design of the two new reactor units at Paks and the preparation of their construction began in January 2015. As part of this, it is necessary, among other things, to adapt the designs of the new units to the inherent conditions of the site and to prepare the licence applications
MVM Paks II Ltd. launched a series of public forums in connection with environmental permitting in Kalocsa on 17 March. The series of events affecting 40 municipalities around Paks was ended in Bikács on 23 April. One additional public forum will be held in Paks on 4 May and an official public hearing on 7 May.
The Euratom Supply Agency (ESA) of the European Commission has approvingly signed the nuclear fuel supply contract concluded by Hungary and Russia. With this, after constructive negotiations between the Hungarian Government and the European Commission, consultations on fuel supply to the new Paks units had been closed; the European Commission notified the Hungarian Government of this in its official letter on Monday.
MVM Paks II Ltd. launched a series of public forums in 40 municipalities around Paks on 17 March 2015. The topics of the events include the current status of the project, the environmental permitting process, the Environmental Impact Statement and the public hearing to be held in Paks on 7 May. After 20 forums held on the Kalocsa side of the Danube, the series of events continues on the Paks side.
As part of the environmental permitting associated with the establishment of new nuclear power plant units, MVM Paks II. Ltd. is holding public forums between 17 March and 23 April. The residents of 40 municipalities in the vicinity of Paks will be informed about the current state of the project, the environmental permitting process, the Environmental Impact Assessment and the public hearing held in Paks, which will take place in the spring. After the presentations, it will be possible to express opinions and to ask questions.