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Good story, I haven't been writing enough on the nuclear subject recently.

I guess Enel will have to beg EdF to please let them finance another EPR, in France.

ENEL is also in the process of buying 66% of the Slovak Electric utility which operates six nuclear power reactors, and ENEL's investment plan for SE approved in 2005 by the Slovak government includes EUR 1.6 billion for completion of Mochovce nuclear power plant - 942 MWe gross - by 2011-12.

On top of this there is a 650 MW Westinghouse PWR in Slovenia at Krsko (yes, really spelled like that) which is half owned by Croatia, but I am not aware of plans for new ones. Any Slovenians or Croatians around?

Peak oil is not an energy crisis. It is a liquid fuel crisis.

by Starvid on Mon Feb 26th, 2007 at 03:41:24 PM EST

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