Indian nuclear reactor at Kaiga sets world record

Indian nuclear reactor at Kaiga sets world record

IANS
The 220 MW atomic power reactor in Unit 1 at Kaiga in Karnataka set a world record among Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWR) by running continuously for 895 days, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) has said.
Indian Neutrino Observatory to come up in 7 years’ time

Fusion energy research ‘powering’ European industry

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European research into the realisation of carbon-free fusion energy has generated a series of core benefits for the industry worldwide.
Another nuclear plant needed for greater localisation: DG Rosatom

Another nuclear plant needed for greater localisation in India: DG Rosatom

NUCLEAR ASIA
India-Russia needs another nuclear power plant besides one at Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu to bring greater localisation in effect.
Use heat recovery technology to increase energy efficiency by 50 per cent

Use heat recovery technology to increase energy efficiency by 50 per cent

NUCLEAR ASIA / ENERGY BANGLA
An Energy Efficiency Expert claims that industries and power plants in Bangladesh can save up to 50 percent of energy using heat recovery technologies.
How far away are we from commercial fusion energy?

How far away are we from commercial fusion energy?

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Electricity-generating fusion power plants — one of the biggest inventions in history — might be safe, efficient, reliable and environmentally responsible.
The World's Largest Fusion Plant built with India participation reaches halfway point

India crucial partner in making commercially-viable fusion energy a reality: Prabhat Kumar

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India is one of the crucial seven nations pursuing the construction of the world’s largest tokamak fusion device, a donut-shaped configuration designed to produce 500 MW of thermal fusion energy, an Indian official associated with the project said.
Russia is the only country to set up nuclear power plants in India: Ashok Sajjanhar

Russia is the only country to set up nuclear power plant in India: Ashok Sajjanhar

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India will go ahead with the deal to purchase the S-400 Triumf missile defence system as well as frigates and helicopters from Russia despite the US sanctions imposed on Moscow, according to a former Indian diplomat, who is now a foreign policy analyst.