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Dhaka Saturday,  Jun 23, 2018


Dhaka, March 08, 2014: A weeklong Photo Exhibition titled “Energy of the Future Generation” kicks off today at the Nuclear Energy Information Centre of Novo Theater in the city. The exhibition is jointly organised by Bangabandhu Novo Theater and Rosatom, Russia’s state nuclear energy corporation. Yeafesh Osman, State Minister for Science and Technology formally inaugurated the exhibition at a ceremony held at the Conference Hall of Novo theatre. Abul Kalam... »
Russian Federation and Finland have signed a strategic agreement for peaceful use of nuclear energy at a ceremony, held in Helsinki on February 25, 2014. The agreement creates a legal basis for future cooperation between Russia and Finland in the field of nuclear technologies. Sergey Kiriyenko, Director General of the Russian state corporation- Rosatom, and Jan Vapaavuori, Minister for Economic Affairs of Finland signed the agreement on behalf of their... »
Constructing the Rooppur nuclear power plant without meeting all safety and environmental standards and preparation of skilled human resource could be a suicidal move, said experts at a discussion on 15th February. The discussion, “Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant: Prospects and Concerns”, was organised by Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (Bapa) and Doctors for Health and Environment in Dhaka Reporters Unity. Abdul Matin, former chief engineer of Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, said choosing... »
The Russian-developed and manufactured TVS Kvadrat (TVS-K) fuel will be destined for the Ringhals 3, pressurised water reactor (PWR) of Sweden. Russian nuclear fuel manufacturer- TVEL, a sister concern of Rosatom, for the first time in history to supply such fuel assembly for the western design reactors. Under an agreement signed between TVEL and Swedish state-owned concern – Vattenfall, Russia to make the first shipment of TVS-Kvadrat in April for... »
Sergey Kiriyenko, Director General of Rosatom, Russia’s state nuclear company made an official visit to Jordan to discuss perspectives of construction of the first Jordanian NPP. The Head of Rosatom met by the King of Jordan, Abdullah II ibn al-Hussein to apprise him the latest development and future plan regarding implementation of the project. Besides, Russian atomic experts and officials had a meeting with the country’s PM Abdulaah Ensur and... »
The government is likely to curtail 62% of the budget for the execution of the first phase of the country’s first nuclear power plant at Rooppur in the revised budget of the current fiscal year. Because of Russian are not satisfied with the progress of the work. A official of Science and Technology ministry said, “We have completed the revised budget of the Rooppur power plant and the amount stands... »
Russian state nuclear power company Rosatom will expand Hungary’s only nuclear power plant, more than doubling its capacity in the biggest construction project in Hungary’s post-Communist history. Russian President Vladimir Putin and visiting Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban signed an agreement on Tuesday on the project at Paks, in central Hungary, which already runs four Russian-made VVER-type reactors built in the 1980s. Sergey Kiriyenko, Director General of Rosatom said Moscow... »
During the exclusive interview with ITAR-TASS Sergey Kiriyenko, Director General of Rosatom, Russia’s State Nuclear Energy Corporation revealed the achievements of 2013 and the goals set 2014. What place does the State Corporation Rosatom take in the international arena? – Rosatom is in the leading place in the world. However, one should treat its competitiveness with respect. You need to understand your own strengths and the strengths of the competitors.... »
Pakistan sets target at 40,000 MW of electricity through nuclear plants by 2050.China has committed $6.5 billion to finance the construction of a major nuclear power project in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi as it seeks to strengthen ties with its strategic partner, China National Nuclear Cooperation (CNNC) has promised to grant a loan of at least $6.5 billion to finance the project which will have two reactors with a... »
Russian Govt. has allocated a fund US$ 2.4 billion to state energy corporation – ROSATOM, as ‘in-kind’ contributions for the growth of nuclear industry. Out of the amount US$ 680 Million will be used as subsidy for constructing nuclear power plants abroad. Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev issued a directive in this regard recently. The Russian Government noted, “The main objectives of Rosatom are to accelerate development of the nuclear... »