Nuclear power in Sweden
Nuclear power plants in Sweden (view) Active plants Closed plants Unfinished plantsSweden began research into nuclear energy in 1947 with the establishment of the Atomic Energy Company,...
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Swedish nuclear power referendum, 1980
A non-binding referendum on nuclear power was held in Sweden on 23 March 1980. Three proposals were put to voters:The second option won a narrow plurality of the vote, receiving 39.1% of the ballots c...
Ågesta Nuclear Plant
Nuclear power plants in Sweden (view) Active plants Closed plants Unfinished plantsThe nuclear power station Ågesta (ASEA) was the first Swedish commercial nuclear power plant. Construc...
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Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory
Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory is a research site located outside Oskarshamn in Sweden.
The Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory is a research facility for future geological disposal of spent nuclear fuel. At the...
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Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant
Ringhals is a Swedish nuclear power plant with 4 reactors, one boiling water reactor (R1) and three pressurized water reactors (R2, R3 and R4). It is situated on the Värö Peninsula (Swedish: Väröhalvö...
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Studsvik
Studsvik is a supplier of nuclear analysis software and specialised services to the international nuclear industry, with 60 years of experience. The company is headquartered in Nyköping, Sweden and ha...
Final repository for short-lived radioactive waste
The final repository for short-lived radioactive waste (SFR) in Forsmark, Sweden, is a facility for the storage of low and intermediate level radioactive waste produced by all of Sweden's nuclear powe...
Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant
Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Forsmark, Sweden, and also the site of the Swedish Final repository for radioactive operational waste. It is operated by a subsidiary of Vatten...
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Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant
The Nuclear power station Oskarshamn is one of three active nuclear power stations in Sweden. The plant is about 30 kilometers north of Oskarshamn directly at the Kalmarsund at the Baltic Sea coast a...
Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant - Wikipedia
OKG AB
OKG AB (Oskarshamns Kraftgrupp AB) is a Swedish corporation who owns and operates the Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant. It is part of the E.ON group.The three reactors, Oskarshamn 1-3, was manufactured ...
Fortum
Fortum Oyj is a Finnish energy company focusing on the Nordic and Baltic countries, Poland and Russia. The president and CEO of the company is Tapio Kuula. Fortum operates power plants, including co-g...
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Barsebäck Nuclear Power Plant
Barsebäck is a closed boiling water nuclear power plant in Sweden, which is situated in Barsebäck, Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne. Located just 20 kilometers from the Danish capital, Copenhagen, the Dan...
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