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It is hard to believe that any supervision authority around the world would grant permission to launch dangerous nuclear units.
According to the chairman of the Regulatory Office for Network Industries Lubomir Jahnatek, a dramatic increase in wholesale electricity and gas prices on global markets can be ascribed to this increase in energy prices for Slovak households.
General Director of Slovenske Elektrarne Branislav Strycek says that the company has all necessary funds to complete two nuclear units in Mochovce, including the completion of the fourth nuclear unit.
The Slovak Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic assures that it will not grant a permission to load nuclear fuel if any suspicions on the readiness of the third and fourth nuclear unit in Mochovce arise.
Slovenske Elektrarne has successfully completed the cold hydrostatic test at the third nuclear unit in Mochovce.
Under the amendment, electricity generated from new RES and COH is to be supported only via auctions.
The National Nuclear Fund is to receive extra more than 31 million euros in the years 2019 – 2021.