Rosatom Newsletter


May 2015
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Lead Story
TVEL at the cutting edge
TVEL Fuel Company is a global leader in nuclear fuel cycle operations. Holding 17% of the global fuel fabrication market and targeting at 30% by 2030, TVEL plans together with TENEX to achieve a 6% increase in the uranium enrichment market share by 2030. This newsletter details plans and goals of the company.
In Brief
Gen IV: to be continued
Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev ordered that the Framework Agreement for International Collaboration on Research and Development for Generation IV Nuclear Energy Systems be extended.
Powerful friendship
Novovoronezh hosted a joint meeting of the Russian Association for NPP Regions and Hungary's Association for Public Control, Information and Regional Development (TIET) to sign a twin city memorandum between Paks (Hungary) and Novovoronezh (Russia) as home cities of nuclear facilities.
Africa needs nuclear power
Rosatom took part in the Conference on Energy and Nuclear Power in Nairobi, Kenya. Viktor Polikarpov, Vice President for Central and South Africa at Rusatom International Network, stated, “Nuclear power is a promising technology enabling Africa to unlock its great economic potential.
In Focus
Promoting innovations
National Research Nuclear University, one of Rosatom’s Core Universities, received Scopus Award Russia 2015.
Global footprint
Rosatom presents cutting-edge design, construction, maintenance and safety technologies for the Belarusian NPP at Atomexpo Belarus.