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Rosatom ‘retains interest’ in Dukovany new build project

Russian state-owned nuclear corporation Rosatom retains interest in the Czech Republic’s project to build two new nuclear power units at the existing Dukovany site, according to Russian state news agency Tass.

A Rosatom official told Tass that in February company representatives took part in consultations with Czech utility ČEZ on the Dukovany new-build project along with officials from other nuclear equipment suppliers.

The Rosatom delegation presented to ČEZ information about Rosatom’s projects and business models, the unnamed source said.

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