ROSATOM is Russia's largest power generation company
and a leading player on global markets for nuclear technologies.
- Power unit No. 4 of Rostov NPP and power unit No. 1 of Leningrad NPP-2 started commercial operation.
- The first criticality stage was completed at the reactor units of the Akademik Lomonosov floating nuclear power plant,
followed by a ramp-up to 10% of their capacity.
- Electricity output at 37 power units of 10 operating NPPs totalled 204.3 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 18.7%.
- Concreting started at the sites of power unit No. 1 of Kursk NPP-2 in Russia, power unit No. 2 of Rooppur NPP
(Bangladesh) and power unit No. 1 of Akkuyu NPP (Turkey).
- The power start-up of power unit No. 4 at Tianwan NPP in China was completed.
- 8 intergovernmental agreements and 20 major interdepartmental agreements were concluded.
- A historic package of documents on four high-priority areas of cooperation in the nuclear power industry was signed with
- A legal framework was established at the intergovernmental level for NPP construction in Uzbekistan.
- Under a newly adopted federal law, ROSATOM was assigned the functions of the infrastructure operator of the Northern
- Mass production of MOX fuel for the BN-800 fast neutron reactor began.
- A Uniform Digital Strategy and a Road Map for the Digital Transformation of the Russian Nuclear Industry
were approved. The first replicable digital product was unveiled: Logos Aero-Hydro, an industrial 3D
- A concession agreement was signed on the construction and operation of the radiology department building
of the East Siberian Cancer Centre in Irkutsk.
- A single industry-wide plan of R&D topics was drafted in order to accelerate scientific research and
development in high-priority areas.
- The team of the Russian nuclear industry finished first in the unofficial team standings of the WorldSkills
Hi-Tech 2018 National Competition of cross-industry skilled professions for workers in high-technology
- No events rated at level 2 or higher on the international INES scale were detected at nuclear facilities (level 1
and 0 deviations do not pose a risk to employees operating the facilities, local residents or the environment).