"On January 1, a construction contract came into force. Everything is going right on schedule, and even faster. [Russian nuclear power equipment monopoly] Atomstroiexport started working on the design…In spring we will start a survey of the site," Kirienko told journalists.
On December 9, 2014, a Rosatom source told RIA Novosti that Russia and Hungary had signed a contract for the construction of two new power generating units for Paks.
Paks is Hungary's only operating nuclear power plant. It is located in central Hungary and generated more than 50 percent of Hungary's national energy production in 2013.