The Public Enquiry for the ITER project was originally scheduled to be held between 15 June to 20 July 2011. It has been extended two weeks and will now officially close on Thursday 4 August in the evening.
During this period, the public will have the opportunity to make comments on and ask questions about the ITER project, in particular its environmental impact and safety aspects.
To this end, public registers is open in the town halls of the following villages and towns: St Paul-lez-Durance, Corbières, Gréoux-les-Bains, Sainte-Tulle, Ginasservis, Rians, Vinon-sur-Verdon, Saint Julien, Beaumont de Pertuis, Mirabeau Manosque and Jouques.
Representatives of the Enquiry Commission (Commission d'Enquête) will be available to field questions at the hours specified below.
The Public Enquiry (Enquête Publique) is a major milestone in the licensing process of ITER (Authorization of Creation of the Nuclear Facility).
Please click on the documents below to consult the official Notice of Public Enquiry, as well as the locations and hours where the ITER DAC Safety Files may be consulted.