Annual report
2016
MAIN TOPIC
Strategy of the Rosatom State Corporation until 2030

  • The state defence order was 100% fulfilled
  • The first criticality programme and the power start-up of power unit no. 1 of novovoronezh npp-2 equipped with a generation 3+ reactor were completed
  • The innovative power unit no. 4 of beloyarsk npp with a bn-800 fast neutron reactor started full-scale operation.
  • Electricity output at 35 power units of 10 operating npps totalled 196.4 billion kwh, reaching a new all-time high in the history of russian nuclear power generation. the share of npps in russia’s energy mix totalled 18.3%

  • 8 intergovernmental agreements and 20 interdepartmental agreements were concluded. these include 4 framework intergovernmental agreements with bolivia, zambia, tunisia and cuba, which provide the foundation for bilateral cooperation with these countries in the sphere of nuclear technologies.
  • An official ceremony was held to mark the start-up of power unit no. 1 of kudankulam npp in india and the connection of power unit no. 2 to the country’s power system.
  • The first contract was signed with a us npp operator for the pilot use of russian tvs-kvadrat fuel for foreign-design reactors, and a contract was concluded with vattenfall nuclear fuel ab (sweden) for the commercial supply of tvs-kvadrat nuclear fuel to ringhals npp.
  • Intergovernmental agreements on the construction of nuclear research and technology centres were signed with bolivia and nigeria.
  • The decision was made to establish rusatom healthcare, which will promote nuclear medicine technology in russia and abroad.
  • Rosatom won a competitive selection of renewable energy projects to construct wind power plants in russia with a total capacity of at least 610 mw.
  • A priority social and economic development area was established in krasnokamensk, zabaykalsky territory (the town is home to pjsc pimcu, the key enterprise of rosatom’s mining division).
  • The world’s most powerful project 22220 nuclear icebreaker, arktika, was launched.
  • Rosatom started to implement the federal target programme on nuclear and radiation safety for the period from 2016 through 2020 and for the period until 2030.

Report content
Russian version of the annual report
version in PDF format

File size: 6,2 mb

Number of pages: 186

English version of the annual report
version in PDF format

File size: 5,5 mb

Number of pages: 188

You may need Adobe Reader
to view the files.




Reporting materials of the Divisions




2020 Annual Report of JSC ATOMENERGOPROM


Key Results
for 2019
Annual report
2020
Report archive
2009-2019