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Jadrová a vyraďovacia spoločnosťSkupina ČEZ

Company Profile

Jadrová energetická spoločnosť Slovenska, a. s., was incorporated into the Commercial Registry of the Slovak Republic on the 31st December, 2009. The creation of the new designing company was agreed upon by the European Commission and thereafter, by the Government of the Slovak Republic, which approved a proposal for the foundation of the JESS company by its Resolution No 893/2009 of 9 December 2009. The establishment of Jadrová energetická spoločnosť Slovenska, a. s. enabled the preparation for the construction of a new nuclear power plant in Jaslovské Bohunice.

Jadrová energetická spoločnosť Slovenska, a. s., is a joint venture of the Slovak Jadrová a vyraďovacia spoločnosť, a. s. (JAVYS), which owns 51% share and the Czech power group, ČEZ, which owns 49% share of the company.

The partners of the project are bound by a common history.  Until 1993 the Czech and Slovak Republics had a common power system. Both countries jointly constructed nuclear power plants based on a pressurized water reactor technology (Jaslovské Bohunice, Dukovany, Mochovce, Temelín), up to now they have a similar structure of power sources, legal and regulatory environment as well as persisting commercial and personal links.

The registered capital of the company was defined as 216 357 000 EUR. Resulting from an agreement by both partners, the managers control projects on the principle of equity and the consensus of both partners.