Nuclear Energy

Rosatom ships more components for Kudankulam N-plants under construction

Russia’s integrated nuclear power player Rosatom on Thursday said a ship with the 21st consignment of equipment for the upcoming nuclear power plants in Tamil Nadu’s Kudankulam has left for India.

According to Rosatom, the vessel Elke set sail for India on November 28. In total, two vessels left for the Indian NPP in November.

“We are entering the normal work schedule for deliveries,” said Alexander Kvasha, Technical Director of JSC ASE.

The cargo for the second stage of Kudankulam nuclear power project weighs 1,130 tons, and consists of 418 cargo units.

According to Rosatom, for the upcoming 1,000 MW Unit 3, the cargo includes the polar crane equipment, a bridge assembly and a service platform.

In the case of the 1,000 MW Unit 4, the cargo includes housings and gate valves of air supply system for passive heat removal, trestle crane and passive core flooding system tank.

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