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- Jan 2022
Many claim that France’s 1974 Messmer plan resulted in the building of its 58 reactors in 15 years. This is not true. The planning for several of these nuclear reactors began long before. For example, the Fessenheim reactor obtained its construction permit in 1967 and was planned starting years before. In addition, 10 of the reactors were completed between 1991-2000. As such, the whole planning-to-operation time for these reactors was at least 32 years, not 15. That of any individual reactor was 10 to 19 years.
Argument gegen die Französiche Schnelligkeit bei der Umsetzung der Atomenergie.
The planning-to-operation (PTO) times of all nuclear plants ever built have been 10-19 years or more.