Together for the environment
Clean air, clean soil, clean energy. Nuclear power plants generate a large volume of environmentally friendly, emission-free electricity on a small area.
Future of the energy sector in the Czech Republic
We will continue to ensure a sufficient volume of reliable, environmentally friendly and affordable energy for Czech households, businesses, as well as municipalities in the future.
Czech nuclear know-how
The Czech Republic was one of the first countries to implement nuclear technology. We have dozens of years of experience and can use our valuable know-how well.
CEZ Group's Elektrárna Dukovany II (EDU II), a wholly owned subsidiary of ČEZ, has received final bids for the construction of a new nuclear power plant in Dukovany from three bidders. The suppliers submitted a binding bid for Dukovany Unit 5 and non-binding bids for the other three units. US-Canadian Westinghouse, French EdF and Korean KHNP had until 11 a.m. today to submit their bids. EDU II will now evaluate the bids from economic, commercial, and technical points of view. The evaluation model is set up on the basis of recommendations from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Elektrárna Dukovany II, a wholly owned subsidiary of CEZ Group, has received a zoning decision for the new nuclear power plants at the Dukovany site from the Ministry of Industry and Trade. For ČEZ, this decision marks another key milestone in the development of new nuclear power plants and the continuation of further licensing and permitting procedures.
ČEZ has agreed to a request by one of the bidders and has extended the deadline for submitting the final bids for construction of the new nuclear reactor in Dukovany. The new deadline is now October 31, 2023. Extension of the deadline has no impact on the project schedule. Bidders will submit non-binding bids for another three nuclear reactors in addition to the binding bid for one reactor in Dukovany.
Checks of safety systems, of the turbine, 69 investment actions or the replacement of a part of fuel assemblies. These are just examples of the most important works to be carried out during the planned Unit 2 outage of the Temelín Nuclear Power Plant. The technicians will disconnect the Unit from the transmission system tonight. Overall, ČEZ company plans to do almost fifteen thousand activities, which it preliminarily designed for two months.