Annual report
The Corporation’s strategic objectives, operational efficiency, innovative activities, as well as nuclear, radiation and environmental safety

  • The Industrial Agreement on nuclear power, industry and science for 2009–2011 to establish uniform labor and so- cioeconomic conditions for nuclear workers was signed.
  • The Russian Federation Government issues a resolution to establish the National Research Nuclear University at the MEPHI.
  • The intergovernmental agreement between the Rus- sian Federation and Japan concerning cooperation in the peaceful uses of atomic energy was signed.

  • Contracts for rendering uranium enrichment services beyond 2014 were signed with the US and Japanese utilities.
  • The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM in- volved in the work of the Presidential Commission on Modernization and Technological Development of the Russian Economy in all five areas: nuclear technolo- gies, space and telecommunications, strategic com- puter technologies and software, energy efficiency, medical equipment and pharmaceuticals.
  • The Government of the Russian Federation approves the Concept of the Federal Target Program “Nuclear Power Technologies of the New Generation for 2010–2015 and until 2020.”
  • The Uniform Industry Procurement Standard of the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM was adopted; the Central Arbitration Committee for Protection of Vendors’ Rights was set up.
  • The Government of the Russian Federation issues a resolution to build Baltic nuclear power plant with engagement of private capital.
  • The Environmental Reporting System of the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM was introduced; a list of environmentally significant organizations of the nuclear industry was approved; in the framework of the Corporation’s Environmental Policy they have produced local environmental policies and their envi- ronmental reports on a large scale.
  • The Standard & Poor’s rating agency rated JSC Atom- energoprom the BBB-/Stable/A-3 (on the international scale) and ruAAA (on the national scale) with the “stable” forecast.
  • The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM and the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding cooperation in construc- tion of a nuclear power plant in Vietnam.
  • First criticality achieved at Rostov-2.
  • The draft Federal Law “On the Radioactive Waste Management” submitted to the State Duma.
  • Atomic Energy Information Centers inaugurated in Tomsk, Voronezh and Rostov-on-Don; regional com- munity councils on the safe uses of atomic energy set up in Murmansk, Irkutsk and Kostroma.

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