The First Pour of Concrete of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant in Bangladesh likely in October: The Financial Express
The First Pour of Concrete for the construction of Russian-designed Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant (RNPP) in Bangladesh is likely to happen this month with highest authorities to be present from both countries.
Tamil Nadu Electricity Minister P Thangamani demanded to allot the 2,000MW of power that would be generated from units 3 and 4 of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) to the state.
India is discussing with various countries, including Uzbekistan, the procurement of nuclear fuel as part of its plan to create a strategic uranium reserve to ensure long-term security.
Three-day science festival “IN FACT” with scientific and educational activities focused on nuclear science and technologies will take place in Dhaka.
India and Kazakhstan plan to expand collaboration in the field of energy, including hydrocarbons and nuclear power sectors, as well as expanding the International North-South Transport Corridor by linking it to the Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan-Iran rail link, an Indian Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas release said on Wednesday after two-day meeting of the Indo-Kazakhstan Intergovernmental Commission (IGC).
India to join Russia to build the Rooppur nuclear power plant in Bangladesh, the first initiative under a Indo-Russian deal to undertake atomic energy projects in third countries, Sekhar Basu, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy said at the 61st general conference of the global nuclear watchdog International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Nuclear energy is an inevitable option for India and the world, Sekhar Basu, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy said on the sidelines of an event organised by the Permanent Mission of India at the UN office in Vienna ahead of the annual general conference of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
With falling renewable energy prices worldwide, as seen from domestic rates of Rs 2.44 and Rs 3.
Ahead of the Japanese Prime Minister’s visit, India said today that Japan can make a substantive difference to its nuclear industry, and identified cooperation in civil nuclear energy and defence as two domains that portend the future direction of the bilateral ties.