14.04.2017_No75 / News in Brief

Wano Completes Peer Review At Czech Republic’s Dukovany

Security & Safety

14 Apr (NucNet): The World Association of Nuclear Operators (Wano) has carried out a peer review at the four-unit Dukovany nuclear power station operated by state utility CEZ in the Czech Republic. Wano’s Moscow Centre said in a statement that the review was from 23 March to 7 April 2017 and was carried out by a team of 21 experts representing nine countries. All four units at Dukovany are Russian-designed VVER units. Wano is a non-profit association established in 1989 by nuclear power operators to exchange safety knowledge and operating experience amongst organisations operating commercial nuclear power reactors. Wano members operate some 440 nuclear reactor units in more than 30 countries.

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