CJSC Rusatom Overseas entered Association «Nuclear Industry Association» (UK)

CJSC "Rusatom Overseas" came into the UK Nuclear Industry Association (Nuclear Industry Association, NIA). This was reported July 24 in the Russian company.

NIA is a trade association representing more than 260 companies, is the nuclear industry in the UK Government, the Parliament and other structures, supports the commercial interests of its members in the UK and other countries around the world. As noted in the "Rusatom Overseas", Russia and the United Kingdom "there is tremendous potential for mutually beneficial cooperation in the nuclear industry, including the territory of third countries."

Recently, in the framework of the Russian-British Energy Dialogue State Corporation "Rosatom" and the Ministry of Energy and climate change have created a working group on cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy.

According to the general director of "Rusatom Overseas" Djomartov Aliyev, Russia expected to cooperate with the United Kingdom "for further joint implementation projects around the world." For its part, the executive director of the NIA Keith Parker said that "cooperation will allow both parties to extract some benefit in the exchange of knowledge and experience."  

And now, for which it is necessary to Rosatom:http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/35363/ 

State Corporation "Rosatom" and the British authorities are planning in the coming months to develop a "road map" of cooperation in the framework of the construction of nuclear power units in the UK. Told reporters on June 20 CEO of Rosatom Sergei Kiriyenko at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. "Great Britain — an interesting market for us, but first must be taken internal solutions in the UK itself," —

Kiriyenko said, quoted by ITAR-TASS.

Rosatom chief explained that since the corporation did not work in the UK, you first need to "develop a sequence of actions" in this country.

"We are actively working with government agencies, with the company Rolls-Royce to develop a" road map "

— Kiriyenko said. At the same time, the head of Rosatom said that one should not expect a quick fix, and the point of no return has not yet been passed. Ahead of the discussion on licensing, public acceptance, site selection, certification of Russian technology, he added.

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