ÚJD SR

Nuclear installation (NI) is a set of civil construction objects and the necessary technological equipment in a configuration defined by the design, intended for:

  • Electricity generation or for research in the field of nuclear energy, involving a nuclear reactor or nuclear reactors, which will be using, are using or used a fission chain reaction
  • Handling nuclear materials of quantities exceeding one effective kilogram except the space for storage of containers and covers, where nuclear material is used as shielding material for radioactive sources, equipment for treatment of uranium ore and uranium concentrate storage
  • Spent nuclear fuel management,
  • Radioactive waste management
  • Uranium enrichment or the production of nuclear fuel


The nuclear installations in the Slovak Republic can be broken down as:

Nuclear Power Plants (hereinafter only as „NPP“):

  • Bohunice V-2 Nuclear Power Plants (hereinafter only as the “NPP Bohunice V-2“), two units in operation
  • Mochovce 1&2 Nuclear Power Plants (hereinafter only as “NPP Mochovce 1&2“), two units in operation
  • Mochovce 3&4 Nuclear Power Plants (hereinafter only as “NPP Mochovce 3&4“), two units under construction
  • Bohunice V-1 Nuclear Power Plants (hereinafter only as „NPP Bohunice V-1“), in stage 1 of decommissioning
  • A-1 Nuclear Power Plant (hereinafter only as “NPP Bohunice A-1“), in stage 2 of decommissioning


Other Nuclear Facilities:

  • Technology for the treatment and conditioning of radioactive waste (TSÚ RAO)
  • The Interim Spent Fuel Storage (MVJP)
  • Final treatment of liquid radioactive waste (FSK RAO)
  • The National Radioactive Waste Repository (RÚ RAO)
  • Experimental bituminisation facility

Modified: 22.6.2016 17:16