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Russia Plans to Build 20% of World Nuclear Power Stations
27.10.2011 14:40
Russia Plans to Build 20% of World Nuclear Power Stations

Rosatom plants to get no less than 20 % nuclear power station deals in the world market in the nearest twenty years, claimed Sergey Kirienko, the head of State Corporation Rosatom at the forum of Nuclear Industry Suppliers “ATOMEX-Europe” in Prague.

      
In September the head of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) estimated the volume of the world market in building new nuclear power stations in 350 new power blocks.

      
“We are targeting at getting no less than 20 % of this market. That makes 70-80 blocks. This is the program which is suggested by us for the nearest 20 year,” said Sergey Kirienko.

      
According to his words about half of the volume (70-80 blocs) will be realized in the inner market, it is more than 30 blocs. And about the same amount will be built abroad.

      

www.rbcdaily.ru


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business Russia nuclear energy   

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