Kozloduy NPP is an important factor of the sustainable development of Bulgaria.
In 2002 only, the electricity amount of 20,222TWh generated by Kozloduy NPP saved the release to the environment of about: 29 tones of carbon dioxide ,1.3 million tones of sulphur dioxide , 82 tones of nitrogen oxides and 54 thousand tones of dust containing natural radioactivity.
Kozloduy NPP is located at 200 km north-west from Sofia and at 5 km east from Kozloduy, on the Danube River. The plant construction activities started in 1969.,
At present there are six units at Kozloduy NPP site of 3760 MW total capacity.
Two units of 880 MW capacity were shut down for decommissioning on December 31, 2002 in compliance with the Council of Ministers’ Decision of December 19, 2002.
Four units of 2880 MW total capacity are in operation at present.