Russia”s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation fuel has said that it has completed the supply of 50 tons of uranium fuel pellets for India”s boiling water reactors (BWR).
When the Minister of State (Independent Charge) Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha informed on November 21, 2019 that the electrical energy requirement of the country for year 2018-19 is 1274595 MUs
The cyber-attack on the Kudankulum Nuclear Power Plant in October 2019, raises certain important questions about the security of our critical infrastructure and more importantly the adequacy of our response.
The 220 MW third nuclear power unit at Kaiga Generating Station (KGS) in Karnataka restarted generating power on Wednesday evening, as per Power System Operation Corporation Ltd (POSOCO).
India and Russia have stepped up their cyber security cooperation in the backdrop of cyber-attack on Kudankulam nuclear power plant built by global nuclear major Rosatom.
Indian authorities have informed their Russian counterparts that the Kudankulam nuclear power plant was secure following reports of a recent cyber attack and that measures had been put in place to prevent a repeat of such incidents, a top Russian diplomat said on Tuesday.
As part of India’s strategy to expand its footprint in Africa, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is exploring supply of small nuclear power reactors to electricity-starved countries.
Had informed govt about Kudankulam nuclear power plant cyber attack: Former NTRO cyber security analyst
Last week, 24 hours after denying reports of cyber attack on the Kudankulam nuclear power plant, NPCIL, which is the public sector undertaking under the Department of Atomic Energy, admitted to a malware attack on one of the computers at KKNPP, adding that the plant systems had not been affected.
The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) on Wednesday accepted cyber attack on its system after issuing a denial on it a day ago. “Identification of malware in NPCIL system is correct.
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