Indian Atomic Board Approves 2 New Russian-Designed Units at Kudankulam Plant

Indian Atomic Board Approves 2 New Russian-Designed Units at Kudankulam Plant

Kudankulam NPP is being built since 2013 in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The works are carried out by two organizations within Russia’s Rosatom state nuclear corporation. The bilateral agreement on the plant’s construction between Moscow and New Delhi was signed in November 1988.

Kudankulam’s Unit 1 began its operation in 2013, and was handed over to India in 2016. Unit 2 was first connected to India’s national grid in August 2016. Read More…

 

Credit By: Sputnik News

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