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Current tariff path sufficient to restart SA nuclear build, Areva asserts

Engineering News, 30 April, 2010

… Areva South Africa’s chairperson Mohamed Madhi, stresses, though, that it would be vital for South Africa to ensure that the IRP2 process is not compromised in any way, while keeping it tightly within the schedule announced. The publication of the IRP2, currently scheduled for midyear, will also have to be followed by swift implementation programmes for the nuclear capacity to be implemented in time for the expected tight conditions that will prevail in 2018.

“From our perspective, it is vital that the Nuclear 1 investment decision is made during 2010 …”

http://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/current-tariff-path-sufficient-to-restart-sa-nuclear-build-areva-asserts-2010-04-30

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