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Saporoschje bleibt weiter am Netz

Source: Bernhard Clasen, taz

Die Laufzeit des größten Atomkraftwerks in Europa wurde verlängert. Doch die Kritiker zweifeln an der Sicherheit des Reaktors.

KIEW taz | Europas größtes Atomkraftwerk, das AKW Saporoschje in der Ostukraine, geht in die Laufzeitverlängerung. Am Dienstag beschloss die ukrainische Atombehörde einstimmig, die Laufzeit des ersten der insgesamt sechs Reaktoren um weitere neun Jahre zu verlängern. Er ist seit Dezember 1985 am Netz und hat seine ursprünglich auf 30 Jahre ausgelegte Lebenszeit erreicht.

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