About Us

Jaderná Energia/Jadrová Energia (Nuclear Energy) builds on Jaderná Energetika (Nuclear Energy), later called Bezpečnost Jaderné Energie/Bezpečnosť Jadrovej Energie (Nuclear Safety), and is a joint project between CVŘ and the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic.

Centrum výzkumu Řež s.r.o., Research Centre Řež (CVŘ)

CVŘ, a subsidiary company of ÚJV Řež, a.s. is a research organisation. Its main mission is research, development and innovation in the field of energetics, especially nuclear energetics. For this reason, it has significant research and experimental infrastructure, including research reactors LVR-15 and LR-0, as well as technology loops. The main activity of the company involves basic and applied research and development. Another important activity is its involvement in the international project to build the Jules Horowitz Reactor. Finally, the company is involved in many projects on a national and international level. These are mainly solved through the Seventh Framework Programme of European Union, and include a coordination role. Since 2010, CVŘ is a representative of the Czech Republic in the supreme body of the European Energy Research Alliance; because to this, it is directly involved in the realisation of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan). The company is also a proper member and a co-founder of the technology platform, Sustainable Energy for the Czech Republic. 

Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic

This is the central body of the Slovak state administration in the field of nuclear regulation. It ensures state supervision on the safety of nuclear facilities; the treatment of nuclear waste; spent nuclear fuel and other phases of the fuel cycle; nuclear materials, including their control and evidence, and physical protection of nuclear facilities and materials. It also ensures the assessment of the intended usage of the nuclear energy programme, the quality of selected facilities and devices of nuclear technology and commitments of the Slovak Republic, resulting from international treaties in the field of nuclear safety and the treatment of nuclear materials.