Rosatom Newsletter


December 2016
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Lead Story
Russia and Japan Strengthen Cooperation on Nuclear Safety
Rosatom, Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology signed a memorandum on cooperation with a key focus on post-disaster recovery at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.
In Brief
Fennovoima's Board Chairman to Be Appointed in March
As announced by Fennovoima on Monday, Esa Härmälä, former Energy Department Director at Finland's Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, was nominated as Board of Directors Chairman of Fennovoima, Hanhikivi-1 project owner (a 34% share indirectly held by Rosatom).
No Delays at Paks
A recently completed study, which turned to be the most comprehensive, shows that the Paks site is totally suitable for the construction of new reactors, Attila Aszódi, Hungarian Government's commissioner for the Paks expansion project, said in a radio interview.
Rosatom to Train Foreign Students
Rosatom signed an agreement with Saint Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute and Saint Petersburg University to teach foreign students in the English language.
Rostov-4 Launch Approaching
Fuel loading at Unit 4 of Rostov Nuclear Power Plant is scheduled for September 2017.
Rosatom's Reactors are World's Safest
Karel Kotovsky: Rosatom's reactors are the world's most reliable to date.
Safety at Its Highest
Russia will supply a new reactor control and protection system (RCPS) for the now constructed Belarusian nuclear station.