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TVEL will supply fuel for the reactor at CVR Nuclear Research Center in the Czech Republic

442 nuclear units are operating in the world, 53 units are under construction

442 nuclear units are operating in the world, 52 units are under construction

TVEL Fuel Company and Spanish partners develop cooperation in Decommissioning and Dismantling of nuclear facilities

443 nuclear units are operating in the world, 52 units are under construction

IAEA invites comments on draft safety guide DS516

The first batch of MOX fuel was loaded into the reactor at the Beloyarsk NPP

The floating NPP has delivered its first 10 mln kWh of electric power to the Chukotka grid

447 nuclear units are operating in the world, 52 units are under construction

448 nuclear units are operating in the world, 52 units are under construction

448 nuclear units are operating in the world, 53 units are under construction

450 nuclear units are operating in the world, 53 units are under construction

JSC UEIP successfully audited by Vattenfall

Smolensk-3 has obtained a license from Rostekhnadzor for extended lifespan

449 nuclear units are operating in the world, 54 units are under construction

Russia and the Republic of the Congo continue cooperation in the peaceful uses of atomic energy

Rosatom and Orano subsidiaries sign contract to grow Russian capacities for depleted uranium reconversion

The changes to the Russian state program of nuclear development came into force

Akkuyu Nuclear JSC and TEIAS Sign Connection Agreement

RASU JSC and Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University Sign Partnership Agreement

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