Lower feed-in-tariffs for some renewable sources
The feed-in-tariffs for electricity generated from renewable energy source or high-efficiency combined heat and power (CHP) will change. „The reason is changes in investment and operating costs of individual types of electricity generation technologies,“ stated the Regulatory Office for Network Industries in its draft amendment to the decree which sets the regulation in power energy. The new feed-in tariffs will apply to power plants introduced into operation from the beginning of 2018.
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Nuclear fuel loading at the third nuclear unit in Mochovce is scheduled for the first quarter 2019 and the commercial operation for the second quarter 2019.
The Slovak company VUJE developed and delivered special containers for transport of liquid radioactive waste in Chernobyl NPP.
The third block of the NPP Mochovce is to be finished in the second quarter of 2019, the fourth roughly one year later.