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The Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project crossed the much-awaited milestone on Saturday afternoon as the first reactor of the upcoming nuclear park attained its maximum capacity of 1,000 MWe at 1.20 p.m...When the reactor reached 90 per cent of its
After a slew of mandatory tests, the turbine of the first reactor of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project was resynchronised with the southern grid on Saturday afternoon...As the outcome of the tests was satisfactory, the reactor and the turbine were
Unit 4 is back online from maintenance, which was started on January 3 when defects of separator-superheater fittings were detected. As of 08:00 hrs on January 8, two units are in operation at Rovno NPP with a total load of 1,375 MW, which is
The 1,000-MWe nuclear plant generated 160 MWe before being halted for routine check The first 1,000-MWe unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, now but one stage away from commission, was on Tuesday synchronised with the southern regional grid.
Observing that Russia has very "purposeful" relationship with India, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said it would like to consolidate the bilateral strategic partnership and help India in expanding its peaceful nuclear energy programme, on Friday...
reactors located at Kudankulam with an installed electric generating capacity of 1,000 MW and is the first commercial Pressurized Water Reactor-based nuclear power plant in the country", it said. Initial Fuel Loading' (IFL) for unit-1 in September
O V Narayanasamy told the Rajya Sabha. Russian collaboration at Kudankulam in Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu. The Centre has allocated 925 MW power from the two units to Tamil Nadu, 442 MW to Karnataka, 266 MW to Kerala, 67 MW to Puducherry and
New Delhi, March 20, 2013 As engineers race to commission the nuclear power plant at Kudankulam, the government has given its nod to build two more such units of 1,000 MW at the site in Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu. The Cabinet Committee on
Banerjee, have been promoted as Outstanding Scientists by the Department of Atomic Energy. After obtaining bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Mr. Sundar joined the Department of Atomic Energy in 1980
Russia will build two new reactors at China 's Tianwan nuclear power plant under an inter-governmental agreement signed on Thursday. The bilateral protocol on the construction of Tainwan's third and fourth reactors was signed in the presence of