Site 2 Approved

On February 21, 2020. the BNRA Chairman presented to “Kozloduy NPP-New Builds” PLC administrative act approving site 2 for the deployment of a nuclear facility – nuclear power plant.

The Company

“Kozloduy NPP – New capacities” EAD (“the Company”) is a single joint-stock company established under the legislation of the Republic of Bulgaria and is registered in the Commercial Register of the registry Age
ncy of 09.05.2012.

The Project

Kozloduy NPP PLC organizes and manages the whole process of feasibility research, design, construction and commissioning of nuclear power generation of latest (III or III +) at the site of Kozloduy NPP.

The development of the Detailed Development plan of the New Build Site has been started

On the 31th of March 2021 the Project company “Kozloduy NPP- New Build” Plc assigned to “Geoconsult” Ltd the elaboration of a Detailed Development plan for the territory of the approved site for the...

The Council of Ministers takes a decision for full capacity use of the approved Kozloduy NPP site, through rational use of the equipment for Belene NPP

On January 20, 2021, at its meeting, the Government has considered a report of a Working Group specially set up by the Minister of Energy. In the report in a synthesized manner, the analyzes and...

Official USA Visit in NPP Kozloduy

Her Excellency Ambassador Hero Mustafa and her team visited the Kozloduy NPP in the context of the Memorandum of Understanding on the Civil Nuclear Power Network, signed between the United States...

Seminar on “Future and Integration of Information Technologies in Nuclear Energy”

Kozloduy NPP New Builds PLC team took part in a seminar on "Future and Integration of Information Technologies in Nuclear Energy". The event coincided with the celebration of the 7th anniversary of...

Plans to create a staff "incubator" in nuclear energy sector

The aim of the proposed initiative is to address the problem of lack of staff in the nuclear energy sector. According to Lyuben Marinov-executive director of Kozloduy NPP-new capacities "The lack of...

Preparatory activities and study the opportunities for a new nuclear power plant

The Bulgarian Council of Ministers took a decision to undertake preparatory activities and study the opportunities a new nuclear power plant to be built at Kozloduy NPP site during its meeting on 14...

Approving Site 2 for the Deployment of a Nuclear Facility

On February 21, 2020. the BNRA Chairman presented to "Kozloduy NPP-New Builds" PLC administrative act - Order №AA-04-30 approving site 2 for the deployment of a nuclear facility - nuclear power...

High international assessment for the activities of new nuclear power at Kozloduy NPP site

From 5 to 7 February 2019 A meeting of the Parties to the Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context (the Espoo Convention) was held. The meeting also participates with...

NuScale and Romanian Energy Company Sign Agreement to Explore SMRs for Romania

NuScale Power announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica SA (SNN SA), a Romanian energy company, to exchange business and technical...

Global First Power files Canada’s first SMR project license application

Ontario's Global First Power (GFP) has submitted Canada's first small modular reactor (SMR) project license application to build a plant at the Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) Chalk River site,...

China starts construction of new SMR

The Chinese Ministry of Environment has proceeded to assess the environmental impact of a project to build a small modular reactor ACP100 (SMR) in Changjiang, Hainan, as the construction will...

Nuclear power in scale

A standard 1000 MW water reactor annually generates (directly and indirectly) around 200 – 350 m3 of low and medium radioactive waste. Annually, about 20 m3 (27 tonnes) of spent fuel are generated and this volume decreases to 3 m3 after processing (vitrification)

350 м3

Volume of detached house

300 м3

Volume of low and medium radioactive waste

20 м3

Volume of spent nuclear fuel (OYG)

3 м3

Volume of high-radioactive waste after processing of OIG