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Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant

The "Centrala Nucleara de la Cernavoda" is a nuclear power plant in Romania. It produces around 20% of the country's electricity. By using nuclear power, Romania is able to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by over 10 million tonnes each year. The power plant was designed in Canada by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited in the 1980s. Unit 1, a CANDU 6-type, was finished in 1996 and produces 705.6 MW of electricity. Unit 2 has the capacity and is fully operationnal since September 2007.

Information and reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cernavod%C4%83_Nuclear_Power_Plant.

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Project timeline :

2004 to 2009
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