The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.



a city in southwestern Rumania, in Constan(a District; a port on the Danube. Population, 13,000 (1975). Cement, hardware, and wine are produced in the city. The Danube-Black Sea Canal begins near Cernavodă.

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The company has two 706 megawatt reactors at Cernavoda in southeastern Romania, accounting for roughly a fifth of the countryas power production.
At present, the burnt uranium is temporarily stored on the platform of the Cernavoda nuclear plant.
For the other smaller towns, such as Harkova, Cernavoda, Macin, even if they have old buildings, the level of preservation is very low.
It operates two nuclear reactors with a combined installed capacity of 1,413MW.The nuclear company is controlled by the Ministry of Economy, which holds a 90.3 percent stake, while the rest owned by the Property Fund, the EUR 3.5 billion closed-end fund managed by Franklin Templeton.The government plans to attract investments for two new reactors in Cernavoda, which have a price tag of EUR 6 billion.
The money is to be used to co-finance the construction and operation of the 138 MW Cernavoda I & II wind farms.
Member states heavily reliant on a single NPP for electricity, such as Hungary with its Paks plant or Romania with Cernavoda, can rest assured that no automatic closure will follow.
Meanwhile, the two reactors of the Cernavoda nuclear power plant in Romania frequently experience problems.
(ADPnews) - Sep 22, 2010 - Czech power group CEZ (PRG:BAACEZ) has signed an agreement to sell its 9.15% stake in a project company for the construction of a second pair of reactors at Romania's sole nuclear power plant Cernavoda, news provider SeeNews reported today.
Romanian government will reduce its stake in EnergoNuclear, a JV to build two new units at the 1,400 MW Cernavoda nuclear plant.
Ventyx(R), the world's largest private software, data and advisory services provider to the energy and utility industry, has announced that Romanian nuclear operator CNE ( Cernavoda, in conjunction with its business partner SIVECO Romania, has successfully implemented the Ventyx Asset Suite(TM) ( enterprise asset management (EAM) software solution to manage maintenance and safety operations for its nuclear plants at Cernavoda, and has made a new four-year commitment to extend the deployment to the entire nuclear operation.