No. 4 was
Tianwan NPP (China).
at power unit No. 1
and at power
unit No. 2
Following the signing of an intergovernmental agreement
on the construction of an NPP in Uzbekistan,
an official ceremony was held in October 2018 to mark the launch of the project.
The event heralded the start of an engineering survey aimed at selecting
the site for the construction of the future NPP.
The project will involve building two power units equipped with VVER-1200 reactors.
Key Results in 2018
Construction of New Power Units in Russia
The Akademik Lomonosov
International Partnership: New Growth Points
New Products for the Russian and Foreign Markets
Research and Innovations
Partnership and Development in the Arctic
Changes in Key Social and Economic Indicators
Strengthening the Reputation of the Best Employer and Adopter of the Best HR Practices
Development of Nuclear Towns and Cities