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ringhals

(rĭng′hăls′) also

rinkhals

(rĭngk′-)
n. pl. ring·halses
An African snake (Hemachatus haemachatus) that has one or two whitish bands across the neck and sprays venom at the eyes of an attacker, occasionally causing blindness.
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It also suggests the fee paid by Ringhals AB is raised from 4.2 ore (0.49 US cents) to 5.5 ore (0.64 US cents) per kWh.
The security level at Ringhals and two other Swedish plants has been raised to the second-to-lowest level.
(3) Case 9 cycle 14 of the Ringhals stability benchmark [6]:
"The discovered object could not have induced a serious damage at Ringhals," the plant operator said in a statement reported (http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/21/world/europe/sweden-nuclear-security/index.html) by CNN .
The Ringhals nuclear power plant is 70% owned by Swedish state-run utility Vattenfall AB and 30% owned by German sector player E.on AG (ETR: EOAN).
Ringhals 4 is a 915 MW PWR plant that went on-stream in 1983.
The framework agreement runs from 2011 to 2013, with an option for 2014, and applies to the companies Ringhals, Forsmark Power Group, Vattenfall AB, Hydro, Wind Power, Vattenfall Services Nordic AB and Vattenfall R & D.
OKG AB, Ringhals AB, Forsmarks Kraftgrupp AB and Barsback Kraft AB will take over ownership of SVAVA, which is a non-commercial company whose task is to take care of historic radioactive waste, mainly from government research activities, Sandvik said.