|Author (Corporate)||European Commission|
|Series Details||(2018) 468 final, 13.6.2018|
When they acceded to the EU, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Lithuania committed to shutting down eight nuclear reactors before the end of their scheduled lifetime:
The EU itself committed to providing financial assistance for safely decommissioning those reactors. Regulation (Euratom) No 1368/2013 and Regulation (Euratom) No 1369/2013 were adopted to provide support to these decommissioning programmes for the funding period 2014-2020, continuing the assistance provided in previous periods.
This report summarises the conclusions of the mid-term evaluation of the EU nuclear decommissioning assistance programmes in Bulgaria, Slovakia and Lithuania; it also reviews the progress made in 2017 and in previous years.
|Countries / Regions||Bulgaria, Europe, Lithuania, Slovakia|