There is no need for Paks II, as Hungary could supply its future energy needs without a new nuclear power plant. This was revealed by a study, prepared by Energiaklub, which proposes a much more favorable solution instead of this single, unnecessary 12 billion Euro investment. All this can be achieved by rationalizing energy consumption, carrying out developments on the field of energy efficiency, reaching a high share of renewables and establishing a flexible, decentralized energy system.
In the last two months Energiaklub organized 4 public roundtable events for citizens and the media under the name of „Seriously about Paks”. The main theme was the new Paks2 nuclear power plant investment. The purpose of these events was to discuss such issues, that are in the interest of the public, and which can influence opinion of the decision makers and the general public. These issues are environmental, political, geopolitical and economic questions related to the planned...
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The planned new nuclear power plant in Paks raises a number of economic, security, geopolitical and social problems. All these problems have barely been mentioned in the Hungarian public media.Therefore, Energiaklub launches a series of events named ’Seriously about Paks’. The first event, Paks II project budget and economic policy implications were discussed. Balázs Romhányi (Budapest Institute for Fiscal Responsibility), Mária Zita Petschnig (Financial Research Office) and László...
Energiaklub has prepared and modelled, using the ‘EnergyPLAN’ energy planning software, the energy vision that offers a reassuring and in a number of respects better solution for meeting future energy demand without Paks II. The results show that all the energy demand in Hungary can be satisfied in 2030 without Paks II, and 27% of the electricity can be produced by renewable energy plants. This can be achieved through the rationalisation of energy consumption, energy efficiency...
Analysis of the corruption risks of the planned Paks nuclear power plant investment based on relevant economic theory and empirical results, summarizes the lessons learned from similar Hungarian and foreign investments, and gives an estimate of the expected social losses related to the investment, and arising from the corruption.
25 Feb 2014 - 9:30am - 4:30pm
Being on halfway of our implementation, we organize a Mid- term event on 25, February 2014 in Athens.
11 Feb 2014 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Invitation for free webinar about fuel poverty and solutions, lessons learnt of EC-LINC project.See detailes in attachement.