Rosatom Newsletter


April 2017
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Lead Story
Efficient Maintenance
Maintenance is one of Rosatom’s fastest growing businesses at the moment. Rusatom Service is active in 10 countries, providing maintenance services at 22 operating VVER-based power units and eight reactors under construction. Evgeny Salkov, CEO of the company, told Rosatom Newsletter about their current projects and plans for the future.
In Brief
Sibir to Float Out in Early Autumn
Sibir (Siberia), the second Project 22220 nuclear icebreaker, will be put afloat in early autumn, says a press release of the Baltic Plant.
Akkuyu Phase 1 Construction to Start This Year
Construction of Phase 1 facilities at Akkuyu, Turkey’s first nuclear station to be built by Russia, is expected to begin this summer and will take almost two years.
Rosatom and IAEA to Improve Nuclear Infrastructure
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Rosatom will join efforts to improve nuclear infrastructure in emerging nuclear countries.
Russia Can Support Paraguay in Nuclear
Dr. Inocencia Peralta, President of the National Atomic Energy Commission of Paraguay (CNEA) told Rosatom Newsletter about her impressions of the workshop in Asunción and shared her view on cooperation with Rosatom.
Next Step To Success
Rusatom International Network held a seminar dedicated to modern nuclear technologies and its applications, in Asunción (Paraguay). The seminar attracted more than 110 attendees.