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Rosatom may start building new nuclear power plants in India and Bangladesh   June 20, MOSCOW, Rosatom plans to initiate main activities for construction of the second stage of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in India, start building Ruppur NPP in Bangladesh ad commission power units at Tianwan NPP in China and two NPPs in Russia, First Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Russian nuclear corporation Rosatom Kirill Komarov said on Tuesday.

“We have serious ambitious plans on new starts this year because the third unit of Tianwan [NPP] in China and the fourth unit of Rostov NPP in Russia should start this year. We endeavor to start the first unit of Leningrad NPP-2 this year,” Komarov said. “We expect concreting start for the third and the fourth units of Kudankulam NPP in India this summer. We also expect concreting start on Ruppur site in Bangladesh, where we are building a two-unit NPP,” he added.

Rosatom has many plans for projects in Europe during this year, Komarov said.

Rosatom has reached agreements on construction of 34 power units across the globe to date.

June 21, 2017 - Posted by | ASIA, India, marketing, Russia


  1. Not Taiwan the country but Tianwan NPP in China.

    Comment by L Boing | June 21, 2017 | Reply

    • Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Sloppy work on my part!!!
      I will correct the headline.

      Comment by Christina MacPherson | June 22, 2017 | Reply

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