Our partners, partner organisations and the competent authorities
MVM Paks Nuclear Power Plant Ltd. is striving for the development and maintenance of broad relations with both the town and the adjacent settlements, and with different national and international professional organisations, associations and authorities. Our common interests are based on mutual cooperation and information exchange.
Construction of the nuclear power plant turned out to be the major investment project in the 1980s in Hungary. In order to facilitate a successful dialogue, it was absolutely necessary to create such a social organisation that would efficiently reflect and represent the real demands and interests of the population in the region. Upon the initiative of the nuclear power plant and in line with the above aim, on 30 June 1992 the Association of Social Inspection and Information (TEIT) was established by 13 municipalities of the settlements located in the vicinity of the plant.
Municipalities involved in TEIT:
Kalocsa, Bátya, Dunaszentgyörgy, Gerjen, Foktő, Paks, Géderlak, Tengelic, Uszód, Pusztahencse, Ordas, Fadd, Dunaszentbenedek.
Institute of Nuclear Techniques, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Central Institute of Physical Research
Specialised Secondary School of Energetics
Public Limited Company for Radioactive Waste Management
Nuclear Scientific Technical Journal
Hungarian Nuclear Society
Hungarian Atom Forum Association
European Nuclear Society
Young Generation for Nuclear Industry
Contacts with the relevant authorities
Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority (Hungarian authority dealing with the regulatory oversight of nuclear facilities)
OSSKI ("Frédéric Joliot-Curie" National Research Institute for Radiobiology and Radiohygiene)
Chamber of Engineers of Tolna County (first level authority carrying out preliminary inspection of independent technical experts)
Chamber of Engineers of Budapest and Pest County (first level authority carrying out preliminary inspection of independent technical experts)
Hungarian Chamber of Engineers (Second-level authority carrying out preliminary inspection of independent technical experts)