After the comments that the Government Commissioner Attila Aszodi made last week on Greenpeace study on the project for the expansion of Hungarian sole nuclear power plant, this environmental organization claims that its study is valid.
In its study, Greenpeace believes that this project violates the EU directives on state aid, public procurement and electricity capacity tenders, adding that if the expansion of NPP Paks is completed it will restrict competition on both Hungarian and EU electricity markets.
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Tags: Greenpeace, Hungary, NPP, nuclear, Paks