Czech officials have confirmed that while other nations are reducing dependence on or phasing out nuclear power, the Czech Republic plans to build 2 new nuclear reactors.
There are currently six operating nuclear reactors in the Czech Republic, two at the Temelin Nuclear Power Station and four at the Dukovany Nuclear Power Station.
The new plan passed by the Czech government calls for a new reactor to be built at both the Temelin and the Dukovany stations.
The Temelin nuclear power plant was in the news last week after discovering radiation outside of the reactor buildings during a maintenance outage.
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