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Construction of Kudankulam NPP 2nd stage has commenced
July 2017
Commencement of construction work at the NPP second stage site commenced with the ceremony of pouring concrete into the foundation slab of the reactor compartment, which was held on June 29, 2017. Joint work in the field of peaceful use of atomic energy is one of the key areas of the Russian-Indian cooperation.
Nuclear pacts improve Generation Potential
December 2015
In terms of clarity of vision and rationale, our 3 stage nuclear energy programme is unparalleled. Yet, for various reasons, the Indian nuclear power sector has not achieved its true potential. For decades, we had to develop indigenous technology, prove it, mature it and then scale it from 220 MW to 550-700 MW in the recent years. Later, shortage of Nuclear fuel put limitations to the rate and scale we could have grown.
Nuclear regulator, liability the industry
December 2015
When talking about Nuclear power, there are two immediate issues that need attention: a) the nuclear regulator and b) the issue of nuclear liability. The Government needs to replace the existing, quasi-independent nuclear regulator with a truly independent one.
NPCIL expects AERB's nod to Kudankulam reactor vessel
October 2012
Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) is expecting clearance from Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) to close the pressure vessel of the first 1,000 mw reactor at Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) next week, a senior official said recently.
NPCIL expects AERB's nod to Kudankulam reactor vessel
October 2012
Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) is expecting clearance from Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) to close the pressure vessel of the first 1,000 mw reactor at Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) next week, a senior official said recently.
Our nuclear plants are fail-safe
November 2011
There is also a continuous endeavour to emulate and improve on the global safety benchmarks, Dr Srikumar Banerjee, Chairman, AEC, said at the third edition of India Nuclear Energy 2011.
Our nuclear plants are fail-safe
November 2011
There is also a continuous endeavour to emulate and improve on the global safety benchmarks, Dr Srikumar Banerjee, Chairman, AEC, said at the third edition of India Nuclear Energy 2011.
No room for complacency in nuclear enterprise
October 2011
India has uniquely been developing a nuclear fuel cycle to exploit its reserves of thorium and has a vision of becoming a world leader in nuclear technology due to its expertise in fast reactors and the thorium fuel cycle.At the India Nuclear Energy Summit 2011 which was held at JW Marriott Hotel, Juhu in Mumbai, and was organised by Noppen
No room for complacency in nuclear enterprise
October 2011
India has uniquely been developing a nuclear fuel cycle to exploit its reserves of thorium and has a vision of becoming a world leader in nuclear technology due to its expertise in fast reactors and the thorium fuel cycle.At the India Nuclear Energy Summit 2011 which was held at JW Marriott Hotel, Juhu in Mumbai, and was organised by Noppen
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