The Dukovany Nuclear Power Station is a nuclear power plant near Dukovany, a village in the Czech Republic.
It was the second nuclear power plant in Czechoslovakia, and the first one in what is now the Czech Republic. It is situated 30 kilometres from the city of Třebíč, near the Dalešice Reservoir, where the plant sources its water supply. In 1970 Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union ratified a contract for construction of two nuclear power plants. Actual construction work began four years later. From 1985 to 1987, four power units with pressurized water reactors were commissioned. All four are still in operation.
Dukovany nuclear power plant supplies approximately 14 TWh of electric energy annually to the national power network. The plant is owned and operated by CEZ Group. The power plant modernisation will successively be carried out to the end of its planned service life.
Phone +420 561 105 519
Address 675 50 Dukovany, Czech Republic
Coordinates 49°5'5.989" N 16°9'25.603" E