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Dec 22, 2017 14:13 EEST
LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), December 22 (SeeNews) – Slovenia's sole nuclear power plant Krsko said it will surpass its 2017 production target of 5,900 GWh of electricity.
The power plant's 2017 energy production reflects its highly reliable operations and continued focus on the implementation of a security upgrade project, Krsko said in a press release published on its website on Thursday.
Next year, Krsko will persist with security upgrades as it focuses on ensuring the plant's longevity. The plant will also undergo a revamp in 2018.
In 2016, the plant beat its production target by 0.6% and generated net 5,431 GWh.
Krsko was built in Slovenia near the border with Croatia in the 1970s when the two countries were still part of former Yugoslavia. The two neighbours share the power plant's output.
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