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By Our Correspondent: Russia’s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation took part in the 9th edition of India Nuclear Energy (INE), an annual international exhibition held on November 9 and 10 in Nehru Center in Mumbai. Rosatom presented the latest information on its innovative technologies including radiation monitoring systems and equipment and other solutions for nuclear power industry. The focus was on the development of nuclear projects in India, and the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil Nadu, in particular. Andrey Zhiltsov, Consul General of the Russian Federation in Mumbai, Mr. Nikita Mazein, Vice-President of Rusatom Overseas, as well as Mr. Andrey Shevlyakov, Acting CEO of Rosatom South Asia attended the event. UBM India, India’s leading exhibitions organiser launched the international exhibition and conference, India Nuclear Energy for the civil nuclear energy domain. The two day show is the only expo exclusively dedicated to supporting and promoting the civil nuclear energy industry in the country. INE 2017 is co-organised by DAE (Department of Atomic Energy) and supported by NPCIL (Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd.). The expo participated of over 65 exhibitors, with a brand new sector – the Non-Power application of Nuclear Energy - being added to last year’s repertoire. Reference: Kudankulam NPP Within the framework of the Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of India on cooperation in construction of additional power units of Kudankulam nuclear power plant, as well as construction of nuclear power plant on new sites in the Republic of India according to Russian design, dated 5th December 2008, the Parties started implementation of the project of Kudankulam NPP power units 3 and 4 with VVER-1000 MW reactor plants each. In July 2012, Protocol to the Agreement on terms of extension of the Russian state credit for construction of Kudankulam NPP power units 3 and 4, was signed. In March 2013, the Indian governmental organizations approved the implementation of the Project (construction of power units 3 and 4). On 10.04.2014 the GFA on construction of Kudankulam NPP units 3 and 4 was signed. In January 2016, the Indian regulatory authority granted permission for commencement of the construction of Kudankulam NPP power units 3 and 4. Currently construction works are under way, the foundation pit is being excavated and a new administrative building has already been constructed. ASE has started the supply of design documentation, equipment and materials. In June 2017, the general framework agreement on the construction of the third stage (units 5 and 6) of the Kudankulam NPP was signed. Kudankulam NPP is being constructed under design developed by JSC Atomenergoproekt with VVER-1000 MW power units, which is fully compliant with the requirements of valid regulatory and technical documents of Russia, IAEA and which is certified for compliance with EUR requirements. Kudankulam NPP is being constructed in Tamil Nadu state of India within the scope of the Russian-Indian agreement dated November 20th, 1988 and addendum thereto dated 21st June 2 1998, and within the scope of Agreement dated 08 December 2008. General Contractor (for detailed design, equipment supply and technical assistance) is JSC Atomstroyexport. General Designer is JSC Atomenergoproekt. The Customer is Nuclear Power Corporation of India (Ltd) (NPCIL).
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