Representatives of "SSDI" (included in the Engineering Division of Rosatom — AtomEnergoMash) as part of the Russian delegation of the State Corporation "Rosatom" held talks with representatives of the Vietnam Institute of Atomic Energy (VINATOM) and Vietnamese companies PECC1.
The Russian delegation was headed by councilor block management innovations of the State Corporation "Rosatom" Nicholas Archangel. The purpose of the meeting held in Dimitrovgrad, was to discuss issues
The sides discussed the composition TSYANT, graphic construction of the center, the technical specification for development of a feasibility study of investment and financing activities to build the center. In particular, the Russian experts gave their Vietnamese counterparts terms of reference for the feasibility study, prepared to meet the requirements of Vietnamese law.
Russia will build the Vietnam Center for Nuclear Science and Technology at the two sites. At the site Dalat is located pool-type research reactor of 15 MW with all accessories, Hanoi area will include a computer center, laboratory facilities, as well as systems and equipment for safe operation. Taking into account the difficult climatic and geological conditions of the selected sites, as most of the territory of Vietnam is subject to frequent seismic activity.
Recall that Vietnam plans in 2030 to build 15 gigawatts of nuclear capacity. For the construction of nuclear power plants identified eight sites in five provinces of Ninh Thuan, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen, Ha Tinh, Quang Ngai. At each site can be set from four to six units. By 2025, the total capacity of power units have been commissioned nuclear power plant should reach 8 gigawatts by 2030 must earn 13 power units with total capacity of 15 gigawatts, which represents 10% of the total electricity generated in the country.
NPP "Ninh Thuan 1" consisting of two blocks of Russian-designed VVER — the first nuclear power plant being constructed in Vietnam. NPP "Ninh Thuan 2" will be built in the same province strength of Japanese companies.