The true locals did not and do not oppose the future of nuclear! Get real tatko
The green light has been given for a new and much bigger Bohunice facility, due for completion in 2025. There are reports that farmers have already agreed to sell their land for 100 euros ($130) per hectare, well above market value.
Zlatnanska is among the few Slovaks actively opposing the new reactors There is fear about the nuclear plant, said Remo Cicutto, mayor of the town of Piestanyi, just 15 minutes from Bohunice. "I don't have a very good feeling about it," he said, and is one of the few locals urging caution over nuclear power. Cicutto also chairs the association of local towns and villages around the nuclear power station, and has raised their concerns with the government in Bratislava. He said he aware there is strong support among the locals. "Of course, it's a big benefit, the building of the nuclear power station, and then further down the road more educated workers will be needed," he said.
You have a cheek to call sj naive after this statement.....
"No electricity is created DIRECTLY from mining uranium"
So you don't use enriched uranium in your nuclear plants then! I suppose they operate on the oh so fresh out you have out there!!
You are a fool! You are fighting a loosing battle as you consistently fail to substantiate your views! We will not stop! I will buy more shares tomorrow and promote this so hard from here just so you can continue to use the uranium created energy for our entertainment
Armflick: No electricity is created DIRECTLY from mining uranium - on the contrary, mining uranium actually consumes electrical energy (and pollutes water, air, etc.). There's a long long way from mining uranium to producing electricity in a nuclear power plant and as I wrote here already some posts ago, the price of uranium is rather a small fraction of the final price of nuclear fuel.
If you expect some info of the Jahodna-Kuriskova uranium exploration going forward, I'm very glad to disappoint you - the process has been stopped for almost a year now. The Ludovika people didn't make a single exploration dig into the ground at Jahodna for several months now. Hopefully they won't get a chance to do it anymore now that the state-wide uranium mining ban is in place.
ShareJock: "safety concerns as paramount!" - don't be naive. All the safety and environment protection measures would be fulfilled only on paper, not in reality. With the current low uranium prices it's impossible for the proposed Kosice uranium mine to be profitable unless the company saves a lot of money via neglecting safety, health and environment protection issues. The pre-feasibility study made by TetraTech for EUU/Tournigan (that some of you have praised here so much) calculated with about double the current uranium price. If your fingers are crossed for us, then they are crossed against uranium mining at Jahodna-Kuriskova - I'm afraid, though, that they're crossed just for the money they would like to grab from uranium mining but luckily so far they are grabbing empty air...
I'm hoping that all of this can bear fruit in a way that is actually GOOD for ALL concerned.
There is a lot of genuine and very well intentioned expertise involved here. And why have the expertise and the technocal qualifications if the main purpose is not to do it properly: with safety concerns as paramount!
It can come together for the common good and that definitely includes the local inhabitants together with Slovakia as an independant Country / Economy too... Both now and in their future.
Let's hope the u market starts to play ball! Could do with some more information regarding the Slovakia deposit going forward! Timelines on mining, potential supply chain etc!! Hopefully as both companies share Areva as a major shareholder they will get involved! Definitely give some clout as far as negotiations with Slovaks are concerned, after all, Slovakia is a consumer of uranium!!!
I'll post the video on my wall lol. Meantime, sp slipped back again. That had the feeling of a fund raise aboit it bit not enough shares traded to fit that scenario. Wonder what it was? A lot of foreign money heading yo LSE and possibly to AIM I hear.
Cracking speech....... However, if you have any brick walls near you that you could explain this too I'm sure you will get a more rational/reasonable response! Tatko is unwilling to accept or even acknowledge that he/she uses electricity created directly from mining uranium!!!!!!!!
Is powered by unleaded petrol. I am cognisant of the fact it needs to be filled with petrol in order for me to utilise it. I would like to stand beside it, arms folded and stamping one foot in frustration that it was not being filled magically by mystical powers. Happily, I...and many of my neighbours bow that I think about it, are realistic enough to recognise this would not work. If it helps me to persuade you I could post a video of this on Youtube for you to watch. Me doing nothing but stamping my feet and the car remaining empty. Perhaps you and your Greenpeace cronies would rally to my aid and fill it for me. This, I may be ok with: as long as it causes no inconvenience to me whatsoever.
pingpongjon: Unlike Somalia, Slovakia is a member of OECD and EU for quite some time already. And we don't want to spoil this www.youtube.com/watch?v=18PftZp3wOo and this www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnmp0e4m6pA by a dirty uranium mining! There are plenty other sources of electrical energy and a plenty of uranium in vast uninhabited areas worldwide... so absolutely no reason to mine it in Kosice in a densely inhabited area and close to drinking water sources (apart for some greedy shareholders of FTE and EUU who would like to mine in Kosice since only in that way they can earn some money that they foolishly invested into uranium swindlers).
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