Rosatom Service, subsidiary of Russian state-owned nuclear company Rosatom, issued a statement in which it said that the company has completed the upgrade of unit 5 at Bulgarian nuclear power plant Kozloduy, as a part of the project for lifespan extension of units 5 and 6.
The 360 million euros worth project for the upgrade of NPP Kozloduy’s two 1,000 MW reactors is aimed at the extension of its operational life by additional 30 years, thus avoiding the unpopular increase in electricity prices.
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Tags: Bulgaria, electricity, Kozloduy, modernization, NPP, nuclear, Rosatom