And as we suspected, it's not good news. An excerpt from the press release states:
The scientists at Oeko-Institute evaluate the detected deficiencies as very serious. Those deficiencies should have been already detected in the licensing process, when the application documents were being checked. However the operator received a construction license in 2008 and a temporary operating license in 2012.
You might be curious to know what Thorium is, if you've never heard of it.
Read the press release HERE.