Nuclear power station construction work, Czech Republic (Deadline: 30 October 2009)

5 August 2009

Energy company CEZ has opened the public tender for the purpose of selection of a contractor of two nuclear units designed for Temelin location.

Apart from the requirement for delivery of two new nuclear units, the public tender includes a requirement for unilateral options for the benefit of CEZ regarding construction of up to 3 more nuclear units in other potential locations within Europe.

The public tender for a contractor of nuclear units is the follow-up step of administrative preparation of Temelin nuclear power plant completion. In July last year, the company applied to the Ministry of the Environment for the environment impact assessment (EIA) of the considered completion of Temelin power plant.

The entire administrative process is going to last 7 to 8 years (about 15 years with construction of the nuclear power plant as such). This is probably the most demanding administrative process within the EU - e.g. in France, the administrative part of the process of granting permission for Flamanville NPP lasted only 2.5 years, CEZ said.

Contact:

Jiri Kostroun, CEZ, CZ-140 53 Praha 4. Tel. +420 725628210. E-mail: temelin34@cez.cz. Fax +420 211042031.

Description:

Nuclear-power station construction work.

Nuclear reactors.

Reactor-cooling systems.

Steam turbines.

Nuclear fuels.

SECTION IV: PROCEDURE

IV.3) ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

IV.3.3) Conditions for obtaining specifications and additional documents:

IV.3.4) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate:

30.10.2009 - 12:00.

IV.3.5) Language(s) in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up:

Czech. English.


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