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May 26, 2020

Nuclear system, managed by people with no expertise in the field

The former head of the Cernavoda Plant, Viorel Marculescu, known in the Romanian nuclear field as “the father of the Cernavoda nuclear plant”, stated, in an interview to “Evenimentul Zilei” that the shortage of specialists in executive positions in the nuclear sector was beginning to show. “If you take the time to check who is managing the nuclear sector in Romania these days, you will see you can barely find ten specialists in the executive positions. Those at the helm are people who have nothing to do with the nuclear domain,” the latter stated. Nevertheless, Marculescu does not criticize Cernavoda, “as the people employed there are, indeed, highly qualified specialists, very well trained, but also very well paid, by Romanian standards.”As far as the security of the Cernavoda Nuclear Plant is concerned, Marculescu argues the project is very good, having been modelled on the best technology in Canada at the time, and we have no cause for concern.

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