The reactors will be constructed at Temelin and Dukovany. They will increase production to 46.5 terrawatt hours (TWh) by 2025 and 55.2 TWh a year later. It is expected to drive the infrastructure construction market to a CAGR of 2.15% in the next five years.
Despite a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth rate) of -1.82% during 2008-2013 due to budgetary constraints and the economic crisis, infrastructure construction was the largest market in the Czech construction industry with a 49.4% share 2012.
The resignation of the Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas has speculated uncertainty following wiretapping and corruption scandals. The Czech government now has to face key decisions in awarding the public contracts. The contracts are torn between American and Russian bidders, considering whether the Temelin plant will actually be expanded.