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Powerhouse practices

In 1995, a vast modernization project was begun at Bulgaria's Kozloduy nuclear plant that is expected to finish in 2006. Much planning and a complex system of controls have been required to allow the work to be performed under international standards and in accordance with the licensing requirements of the Bulgarian Nuclear Regulatory Agency (BNRA), as well as to address the needs of a multinational cast of key stakeholders and minimize power outages while the work is proceeding. This article profiles this complex project, describing the planning and decision-making processes, quality assurance controls, financial requirements, reporting and communications, and project documentation.
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