Duynefontein in red with the other potential nuclear sites in blue

Duynefontein is a proposed site for new nuclear power station. It is a coastal site next to and just north of Koeberg Nuclear Power Station.

The significance of this locale is that it has been identified as a possible future nuclear reactor site by South African electricity utility Eskom.[1][2]

The environmental impact assessments of 2009 have been revised and updated and public participation meetings held in Atlantic Beach Golf Club, Melkbosstrand on 12 October 2015 and Kenilworth Community Presbyterian Church, Kenilworth on 13 October 2015.[3]

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  1. ^ New Build News - January 2008, archived from the original on 2008-04-09, retrieved 2013-11-17
  2. ^ "Revised Draft Environmental Impact Report". Retrieved 24 June 2015.
  3. ^ "GIBB Projects > Projects > Eskom Nuclear 1 Revised Draft EIR Version 2". Retrieved 2015-10-29.

Coordinates: 33°40′05″S18°25′50″E / 33.667973°S 18.430622°E / -33.667973; 18.430622

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