Rosatom Newsletter


November 2015
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Lead Story
South Korea to adopt best practices from MCP
South Korea took interest in Rosatom's back-end technologies. Inventions presented by the Mining and Chemical Plant (MCP) won awards at BIXPO 2015 New Technology Exhibition.
In Brief
A region with potential
Rosatom sees ASEAN as a region with the highest potential for the nuclear industry development, said Yegor Simonov, head of Rosatom's representative office in Southeast Asia, at the Singapore International Energy Week 2015.
The best report
MarCom announced winners for its 2015 awards.
Ruppur NPP entering the main construction phase
Rosatom Deputy CEO Nikolai Spasskiy visited Bangladesh and held talks with the science and technology minister, finance minister and other Bangladeshi officials.
Fuel assembly improved
OKB Gidropress developed a fuel assembly with improved performance parameters for NPP-2006 and VVER-TOI projects.
Art of technology
The Electrical Engineering and Communication Faculty of Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic) hosts the TVEL as Art of High Technology photography exhibition. Rosatom's fuel division presents its hi-tech nuclear and non-nuclear products against the background of art masterpieces.
Rosatom organized a seminar in Hanoi
Rosatom and Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute (VINATOM) held a nuclear environmental safety seminar in Hanoi.
Chinese nuclear engineers trained at Balakovo NPP
Another group of trainees from the Tianwan NPP – second this year – has arrived at the Balakovo nuclear power plant. Chinese engineers will receive both in-class and on-site training, and are among the first to test the full-scale unit 1 control room simulator.