Finnish-Russian consortium is not yet able to provide all the necessary permits to start construction of a nuclear power plant in Western Finland
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The construction of nuclear power plants in Eastern Finland Finnish-Russian consortium may be delayed, as more time is needed for permits. About it reports Reuters with reference to the President of the consortium.
A consortium of Finnish energy company Fennovoima, Rosatom and Finnish companies Fortum and Outokumpu plans to build a nuclear power plant “Hanhikivi-1” with a capacity of 1.2 GW by 2024. 36% in the project belong to the Russian company. The Parliament supported the construction of nuclear power plants, the cost of which is estimated at €6,5 — 7 billion, “Rosatom” planned to invest in the construction of a €5 billion.