No electricity price rise due to nuclear energy this year
The fee for decommissioning nuclear facilities and nuclear waste remains unchanged at 3.21 euros per MWh from 1 July 2016.
The Slovaks also contribute to the nuclear disposal, a so-called back-end fuel cycle, via their electricity bills. The fee for decommissioning nuclear facilities and nuclear waste changes every year starting from July based on last year’s inflation. This year, electricity price will not increase due to higher fee for the nuclear waste disposal. „Based on core inflation coefficient published by the Statistics Office for the previous year at 0.0%, the levy for supplied electricity remains unchanged at 3.21 euros per MWh from 1 July 2016,“ informed the chairman of Council of Administrators of the National Nuclear Fund, Ladislav Ehn.
Full story in Slovak: Jadro nám tento rok cenu elektriny nezvýši
Najčítanejšie za 24 hodín
Slovenskí motoristi mohli v 24. týždni tohto roka natankovať na čerpacích staniciach najpredávanejší 95-oktánový benzín v priemere za 1,396 eura za liter.
Slovenske Elektrarne put the natural protection system at the third and fourth nuclear unit into operation. This system is an essential condition for delivering fresh nuclear fuel to both units.
According to the data published in the annual report of the company JESS, the new nuclear facility project has already swallowed almost 27 million euros.