The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority has now submitted the Swedish national report on stress tests of nuclear power plants in Sweden to the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG).
All EU Member States having nuclear power plants must report their respective results from stress testing to ENSREG, the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group, by 31 December 2011.
Today, on 29 December, the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority submitted the Swedish national report. The Authority’s assessment of Swedish nuclear power plants’ stress testing was published in connection with a press conference held on 16 December.
Read the previous press release:
Stress tests: Authority finished with its analysis
Download the complete report submitted to ENSREG:
European stress tests for nuclear power plants
Facts about ENSREG
ENSREG, the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group, comprises authorities from all EU Member States as well as representatives of the European Commission. ENSREG is an advisory body for areas relating to nuclear safety and management of nuclear waste.