License revoked for Slovak nuclear project

The Slovak Supreme Court revoked the license for completion of the Mochovce nuclear power plant, according to The Slovak Spectator.

The Nuclear Regulatory Authority (UJD) extended the license to complete the power plant. Now, the organization will have to consult with environmental group Greenpeace Slovensko before the license can be renewed, the article said.

Greenpeace Slovensko said the UJD did not involve the group in the approval proceeding. The court overturned the ruling of a regional court, which denied the environmental group’s lawsuit, the article said.

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