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ČEZ evaluated bids for the construction of a new nuclear unit and named its preferred bidder, with results submitted to Ministry of Industry and Trade

Elektrárna Dukovany II (EDU II), a wholly owned subsidiary of ČEZ, submitted its evaluation report to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT), evaluating bids for the construction of a new nuclear unit at Dukovany. In the report, it recommended the ranking, proposing its preferred supplier of a new nuclear unit or units. The Government of the Czech Republic will now issue its statement as to with whom ČEZ will negotiate the final form of the contracts.

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The first Temelín Unit produces electricity again. It has been shut down for two months to inspect and replace fuel assemblies

Yesterday in the evening, the Unit 1 of Temelín NPP started to produce electricity again. Operators have connected it to the transmission system after replacing a quarter of the fuel assemblies. Power engineers also checked the safety systems the turbine an its generator. In total, they managed almost twenty thousand activities during the shutdown, including 66 investment actions. Together with the Dukovany power plant, all six nuclear units are currently in operation. The Unit 2 of the Dukovany Nuclear Power Plant is now planned to be shut down for the inspection and refueling.

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Elektrárna Dukovany II of the CEZ Group received supplemented bids from bidders for the construction of a new nuclear source in Dukovany and binding options for three additional nuclear units

Elektrárna Dukovany II (EDU II), a wholly-owned subsidiary of ČEZ, has received supplementary bids for the construction of a new nuclear source in Dukovany. The bidders have submitted updated bids for the fifth unit of Dukovany and now also binding options for additional three units. French-based EdF and KHNP of South Korea had time until 9:00 AM today to submit their bids. EDU II will now assess the bids from financial, business and technical points of view. The evaluation model is based on recommendations of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

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Orano signs a contract with the Czech electric utility ČEZ for the supply of uranium enrichment services

Orano has signed a contract with the Czech electric utility ČEZ, a.s., for the supply of uranium enrichment services. The enriched uranium, once transformed into fuel, will be used in its Dukovany nuclear power plant. The signing took place today during a trip by the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, to the Czech Republic to strengthen bilateral cooperation, particularly in civil nuclear power.