17 November 1995TEMELIN, Czech Republic. The U.S. Export-Import Bank has approved a $317 million loan to support the efforts of Westinghouse and the Czech utility CEZ to complete two VVER-1000 units at Temelin, a move opposed by neighboring Austria. Czech authorities have also accepted preliminary bids for the construction of the first reactor at a […]

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