21st February 2024
EP Report

Alexey Likhachev, Director General of the Rosatom State Corporation, and Ajit Kumar Mohanty, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission of India, visited the construction site of the Kudankulam NPP in India recently.


During the visit, a protocol to the Russia-India intergovernmental agreement was signed on construction of power units at the second and third stages of the nuclear power project.


“India is our strategic partner. Russian-Indian nuclear cooperation lies deep in the first intergovernmental documents on the Indian NPP of Russian design that were signed back in the eighties of the last century. Our works continue in various areas of nuclear energy use and we are optimistic about the further development of our cooperation,” noted Alexey Likhachev.


Kudankulam NPP is India’s largest nuclear power plant and the flagship project of Russian-Indian technological and energy cooperation. It is being implemented in three stages. 


Kudankulam NPP construction involves the installation of six power units with VVER-1000 reactors with a total of 6,000 MW installed capacity.

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