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Russia Grants $ 8 Billion to Vietnam for Building Nuclear Power Plant
23.11.2011 15:31
Russia Grants $ 8 Billion to Vietnam for Building Nuclear Power Plant
The draft of Nintkhuan-1 NPP

Vietnam will get $ 8 billion credit money from Russia for building a nuclear power plant, claimed the First Vice-President Igor Shuvalov, reports RIA News. The Russian state corporation Rosatom will carry out the constructing works.

An agreement on building the nuclear power plant Nintkhuan-1 was signed in October 31, 2010. The plant will consist of two energy units with 1.2 gigawatt reactors. An agreement on allotment the loan to Vietnam was signed on November 21, 2011.

Vietnam plans to build energy units generating 15 gigawatt. The NPP will be located on 8 areas in 5 provinces. Each area may place from four up to six energy units.

Russia will assist to building two NPPs, with estimated power of 4 gigawatt each. The building cost is estimated in about $ 10 billion.


Related news: The First Bangladeshi Nuclear Power Station to Be Built by Russia









Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business invest nuclear energy   

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