Publicatie Laka-bibliotheek:
Why Euratom does not make old nuclear power plants safer: The battle for more money for new reactors

AuteurPatricia Lorenz
Datumoktober 2002
Classificatie 6.01.3.45/73 (VEILIGHEID - REACTOREN - 'HULP' AAN OOSTEUROPA)

Uit de publicatie:

The report shows that Euratom Loans in Eastern Europe are not being used for the
purpose proposed, namely to increase safety in Eastern Europe, but rather to help
expand the nuclear sector in Eastern Europe. The only loan under active development
is for the completion of the Cernavoda 2 reactor in Romanian, which is a Canadian
designed reactor, being built by firms from Canada and Italy. Furthermore, the report
shows that in all but one case, the upgrading of the Soviet designed reactors in
Accession countries has been undertaken without funding from Euratom. Therefore, the
loan facility is not necessary to carry out the proposed safety programs. 

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