Enel and Nuclear Power

Enel is one of the most important nuclear power operators in Europe, with 10 reactors in service in Spain and Slovakia and both experience and expertise in the sector’s key technologies.

Through its subsidiary Endesa, in Spain Enel manages six pressurised water reactors (PWR) which have a combined capacity of just under 3.6 gigawatts and which last year produced nearly 26 terawatt-hours of electricity.

The Group’s Slovakian subsidiary Slovenské Elektrárne manages four Voda Voda Energo Reactors (VVER), a modern version of the PWR that have been developed in Russia which have a combined capacity of 1.8GW and a net production of 14.6TWh last year. It is also building two new reactors at the Mochovce facility.

 

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