Dhaka, Thursday, June 21, 2018 12:59 AM   
     
Home Energy BD Energy World Green Energy Opinion Interview Environment Business Others Archive
LATEST >
বাংলা সংস্করণ
   
IAEA and Rosatom will join efforts to improve nuclear infrastructure in newcomer countries

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Russia’s state corporation- Rosatom has agreed to join hands in improving nuclear infrastructure in the countries, those are just opting for nuclear power development.

Yukiya Amano, Director General of the IAEA, and Alexey Likhachev, CEO of Rosatom signed an agreement to this effect on April 19 in Vienna. The agreement was initiated by Rosatom, said a press release.

‘The cooperation includes, in particular, nuclear trainings, development of the industry regulations, analysis of safety of every facilities, those are to be made under the auspices of IAEA,’ said Alexey Likhachev.

Rosatom’s CEO told that one of the issues discussed at the meeting with IAEA Director General was the importance of project evaluation from the point of view of its cost effectiveness and safety.

Rosatom is the Russian state atomic energy corporation bringing together over 255, 000 people in 350 enterprises and scientific institutions including all Russian civil nuclear companies, research organizations and the world’s only nuclear-propelled icebreaker fleet.

Under an intergovernmental agreement Rosatom is implementing the Rooppur nuclear power plant in Bangladesh, which consists of two VVER power units, each with a capacity of 1,200 MW.

On March 15, 2017 Russia and Bangladesh approved and initialed the draft intergovernmental agreement on spent fuel management of the Rooppur NPP.

Print Friendly and PDF

   You may also like

Category: Nuclear
MAX Group signs a contract with Atomstroyexport for Rooppur project

Category: Nuclear
PM opens Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant construction work

Category: Nuclear
Local school children celebrate Rooppur nuclear power plant’s ‘First Concrete’ with Flash Mob

Category: Nuclear
Rooppur Power Plant gets design and construction license

Category: Nuclear
India collaborating with Russia for nuclear power plant in Bangladesh

Category: Nuclear
Bangladesh, Russia deal sign on return of spent nuclear fuel

Category: Nuclear
Bangladeshi students studying in Russia visit Rooppur project site

Category: Nuclear
Russia mobilizes multinational experts for Rooppur nuclear plant`s safety

Category: Nuclear
Rosatom to engage Indian experts in Rooppur NPP Construction
     
    RECENT STORIES   MOST READ
    FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK
    Recent Nuclear Stories
MAX Group signs a contract with Atomstroyexport for Rooppur project
PM opens Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant construction work
Local school children celebrate Rooppur nuclear power plant’s ‘First Concrete’ with Flash Mob
Rooppur Power Plant gets design and construction license
India collaborating with Russia for nuclear power plant in Bangladesh
Bangladesh, Russia deal sign on return of spent nuclear fuel
Bangladeshi students studying in Russia visit Rooppur project site
Russia mobilizes multinational experts for Rooppur nuclear plant`s safety
Rosatom to engage Indian experts in Rooppur NPP Construction
PM seeks enhanced IAEA supports to implement SDGs


Explore the energynewsbd.com
Home
Energy World
Opinion
Environment
Others
Energy BD
Green Energy
Interview
Business
Archive
About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Advertisement Policy

   Editor & Publisher: Aminur Rahman
   Copyright @ 2015-2018 energynewsbd.com
   All Rights Reserved | Developed By: Jadukor IT