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A third competitor in the HWR market

India will build 16 new reactors within 5 years with a capacity to generate 16100 MW electricity. Out of these 16 reactors 8 will be based on PHWR technology with

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Bangladesh has no plan for the spent fuel in Rooppur

Bangladesh with the help of Russia will build its first ever nuclear power plant at Rooppur. As this will be a first ever nuclear power plant of Bangladesh, so Bangladesh

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Pakistan and Belarus nuclear consortium

Belarus President Mr. Alexander Lukashenko recently visited Pakistan. On 6th of October 2016 both countries Belarus and Pakistan signed fourteen agreements and MoUs in the field of trade, finance, science

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NPCIL needs the deep pockets of India Railways

India railways and other state owned enterprises in the energy sector could soon create an investment fund for the nuclear energy sector. India has set for itself an ambitious target

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Bangladesh starts negotiations with Japan for a second nuclear power plant

Bangladesh signed a $12.65 billion contract with Russia on December 2015 for the construction of the first nuclear power plant at Rooppur (2400 MW). The Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (BAEC)

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Bangladesh and Belarus join in nuclear

Belarus Deputy Energy Minister Mikhail Mikhadyuk announced during the 60th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna the signature of a technical cooperation with Bangladesh. Belarus

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The Indian nuclear power market: China’s backflip during the Strategic Economic Dialogue

India is already generating almost 6300 MW of electricity through nuclear energy. The country plans to generate tenfold by the end of 2032 in collaboration with many countries like Russia,

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State owned enterprises of India may finance India’s nuclear power plants.

India has set for itself an ambitious target to generate 63000 MW of nuclear energy by 2032. In order to hit this target India has decided to expand its nuclear

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$50 million just released for Rooppur

The cost of Rooppur nuclear power plant is estimated at USD 12.65 billion. The Bangladeshi government will get 90% (USD 11.38 billion) from Russian government as a loan and rest