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The regional and federal ministries are "actively working" to change the existing plans for Russia's first land-based small modular reactor project in Yakutia into a two-reactor scheme, after assessing likely future energy demands.

Date: Tuesday, 11 June 2024
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An agreement between Uzbekistan and Russia will see a six-unit small modular reactor nuclear power plant built in the Jizzakh region of Uzbekistan, with construction work due to begin as early as this summer.

Date: Wednesday, 29 May 2024
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Deputy General Director for Shipbuilding, Floating Energy and Marine Engineering at Rosatom's Atomenergomash, Vladimir Aptekarev, on the potential for floating power units.

Date: Saturday, 25 May 2024
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The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) has published the second edition of its Small Modular Reactor Dashboard which tracks the progress of selected small modular reactor (SMR) designs towards deployment. NEA says the SMR designs are at various stages of development, from fundamental research on new concepts to commercial deployment and operation of mature designs.

Date: Saturday, 02 March 2024
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Construction of worker camps and a new road to the site is under way for the Yakutia small modular reactor project, with Rosenergoatom officially designated as the operating organisation by parent company Rosatom.

Date: Saturday, 10 February 2024
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Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, during a five-day visit to Russia, signed agreements with Russia for additional units of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. The agreement was signed following a meeting with Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Head of the Ministry of Industry & Trade Denis Manturov.

Date: Thursday, 04 January 2024
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Over the last several years evidence has been mounting that a large expansion of nuclear energy capacity is indispensable for keeping global warning within 1.5°C limits. Multiple studies have confirmed that, contrary to the claims by “all-renewables” zealots, no single group of technologies can enable a timely and cost-efficient energy transition, and a diversified energy mix of low-carbon sources, including both intermittent renewables and nuclear, is needed to achieve net-zero by 2050. The most recent estimates suggest that the global nuclear energy installed capacity needs to increase 2.5-3 times from the current 370 GW to between 916 GWe and 1,160 GW by 2050.

Date: Thursday, 28 December 2023
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Following the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, Polina Lion, the chief sustainability officer for Russia's nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, outlines the company's ESG strategy.

Date: Wednesday, 20 December 2023
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The Rosatom Engineering Division in St Petersburg has begun manufacturing components of various configurations for its first low-power ground-based NPP (ASMM), which will be equipped with the latest RITM-200N reactor unit. It is planned to supply more than 165 tonnes of stainless-steel blanks that have passed the full cycle of metallurgical alterations for the Yakut ASMM project.

Date: Wednesday, 13 December 2023
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