Monday, March 27
The EU backs construction of the two 1,000 MW reactors.
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
The EU backs construction of the two 1,000 MW reactors. To connect with the EU grid, power lines could be built either 250 km west to Poland, or 250 km southwest to Ukraine’s Burshtyn ‘energy island’ In 1990, in the wake of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, construction stopped on the two reactors, leaving one 75% complete and the other 28% complete. Two years ago, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power signed an agreement to work on the project. More recently, Energoatom prepared a feasibility study with China National Nuclear Corporation, a state-owned company familiar with Soviet-era nuclear power designs.