NPP Kozloduy EAD is the owner and operator of the only nuclear power plant in Bulgaria. The NPP is Bulgaria's main electricity generation plant, providing more than one third of the country's electricity.
It comprises of 2 pressurised water reactor units of Russian design with a total capacity of 2,000 MW. The operational licence for these reactors, which were commissioned in 1987 and 1991, respectively, expires in 2017 and 2019, respectively. NPP Kozloduy has a long-term investment strategy designed to extend the operating lifecycle of the two existing units by 30 years.
The NPP obtains its nuclear fuel under long-term contracts from a Russian supplier and sells electricity generated to NEK on the regulated market and to industrial companies and energy traders at commercially negotiated prices.
To view the company's financial statements, please go to Financial reports.
For more information please visit www.kznpp.org.