The Government Commissioner for the upgrade of NPP Paks, Attila Aszodi said that the Greenpeace study on the expansion of nuclear power plant Paks contains serious discrepancies and mistakes.
Environmental non-governmental organization Greenpeace reiterated its objections to this project as the organization believes that it 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: electricity, Greenpeace, Hungary, NPP, nuclear, Paks