04.04.2019  Communications Department of Rosenergoatom

Rosenergoatom: The ATR NPP Fund and the Control, Information, and Regional Development Organization (Hungary) to sign a Memorandum of Cooperation during the ATOMEXPO-2019

On April 16, 2018, a Memorandum of Cooperation will be signed between the Fund for municipal corporations advancement ‘The Association of the nuclear power plants locations’ (ATR NPP, Russia) and the Control, Information and Regional Development Organization (TEIT, Hungary) during the XI International ATOMEXPO-2019 Forum held in Sochi.

It is expected that, following the execution of the document, the parties will be exchanging their best practices related to making the public informed about the nuclear power and fostering the public trust towards the nuclear power in general, cooperating in the realms of trade, economic, research and development, and cultural relations in manufacturing, small and medium-sized business, agriculture, arts, education, healthcare, tourism, youth policy, sports, environment protection, and efficient use of natural resources.

This memorandum will be signed as a part of the activities held by the European Association of localities in close proximity to NPPs (GMF).

On March 21, during the presidium meeting of the European Association of localities in close proximity to NPPs (GMF), a resolution was made for the ATR NPP Fund to become a part of the GMF. The final acceptance procedure and the formal execution of documents confirming that the Fund becomes a part of the GMF are scheduled for October.

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The ATOMEXPO Forum is a Rosatom initiative held annually, and it has proven to be the largest international exhibition and business meeting point where the current state of nuclear power industry is discussed and its development trends are set. The participation in the Forum fosters business interests of the Rosatom State Corporation and its divisions and subsidiaries at the global nuclear market.

Rosenergoatom  JSC is the leading enterprise of the Electric Energy Division of Rosatom State Corporation, the leader in electric energy generation both in Russia and abroad. It is the largest generating company in Russia and the 2nd largest in the world in terms of the volume of nuclear generating capacity. The Concern includes all 10 Russian nuclear power plants, which grant the status of branches, as well as enterprises that support the activities of the generating company. In total, 35 power units with a total installed capacity of 27.9 GW are operated at 10 Russian nuclear power plants. At present, the nuclear power plants of Russia produce about 18.3% of the total electric energy in the country.

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