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Rosatom may sign contracts for the construction of a nuclear power plant in Vietnam

Rosatom may sign the first two contracts for the construction of the Ninh Thuan-1 NPP in Vietnam in 2015, said Nikolai Drozdov, director of the international business department of the state corporation, during the Atomex-Asia nuclear industry suppliers forum, which opened in Ho Chi Minh City.

"At the end of 2015, we expect the signing of the first contracts. The Vietnamese side is now at the stage of considering the feasibility study for the project, "he said. - The first contract will be for the development of a technical design of the nuclear power plant. The second contract is for the development of a technical design of the construction base. After approval of the technical documentation and obtaining a building permit, a general contract will be signed. "

As previously reported, the approval of the Vietnamese government for the preparation of documents has already been received. In December last year, the site of the Vietnamese nuclear power plant completed work on the development of the feasibility study of the project and substantiation of the site.

According to the strategy approved by the Vietnamese government, by the year of 2030, Hanoi intends to build and put into operation 13 units of the NPP with the total capacity of 15 GW, which is about 10% of the total electricity produced in the country, TASS reported.

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