EU Stress Test

EU-Stresstest: Expertenteam kommt Ende März in die Schweiz

The safety of Swiss nuclear power plants and their continuous inspection is one of ENSI’s most important areas of responsibility. ENSI instructed Switzerland’s nuclear power plant operators to participate in the EU stress test to compare all four sites with others in Europe and to have them inspected by ENSREG and the European Commission.

Generally speaking, the stress test represents a revaluation of risk in consideration of the experiences gained from Fukushima.

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The tests at the time confirmed that, in international comparison, Swiss nuclear power plants have a high safety level. Despite these learnings, it is important to remain attentive at all times, to keep the proofs of safety up to date, to live a strong safety culture and to systematically analyse events.

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Oskar Grözinger has spent most of his working life in nuclear regulation. During the EU stress test, the physicist was deputy chairman of the “Topic 1 – External Influences” division. As team leader of the review experts, he has participated in inspections in the Netherlands, Slovakia and Spain and supervised peer reviews in Taiwan, Armenia […]

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