06.03.2018 | Axpo executives address the public

KKB unit 1: What's next

The Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate has approved the safety case for Beznau Unit 1. For Axpo, this marks the successful completion of an extensive testing process. The responsible team set international standards with this undertaking. See how it all came about and what's next in this video from the media conference.

Following ENSI’s presentation, Axpo executives addressed the public today, Tuesday, 6 March. Listen and see what Axpo CEO Andrew Walo, Andy Heiz, Head of Assets, and Willibald Kohlpaintner, Head of the Nuclear Energy division, had to say about ENSI’s confirmation of the safety case, how much the process cost, and how long Axpo plans to continue operating KKB in this podcast live from the media conference (German only).

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