Nuclear Energy

“SofTex” LLC Will Import Radioactive Substances to Armenia
17:52 May 30, 2013 | Nuclear Energy
“SofTex” LLC, Yerevan, will import equipment containing radioactive substances into Armenia. On May 29 the Armenian government issued the company a license on importing equipment containing radioactive materials...
PM: Armenia Won’t Refuse from New Nuclear Power Plant
18:36 May 20, 2013 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
Armenia won’t refuse from the new nuclear power plant, stated RA PM Tigran Sargsyan at the National Assembly on 20 May answering to MP Naira Karapetyan’s question. Under the ...
Belarus Interested in Armenian Experience of Nuclear Energy
12:33 May 18, 2013 | Nuclear Energy
Belarus is constructing its first nuclear station and is interested in the experience of Armenian power engineering specialists, as Energy and Natural Resources Ministry says. In the course of the official visit in Armenia held on 14 May...
Japan To Replace Nuke Plant With Wind Farm
10:26 January 21, 2013 | Nuclear Energy
In the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor disaster, the Japanese government has opted to build the world’s largest
Forensics lab opens at Armenian NPP
17:22 January 18, 2013 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
On January 18, U.S. Ambassador to Armenia John A. Heffern joined officials from the Armenian Ministry of Energy and National Security Service to open the Armenian Nuclear Forensics Laboratory at the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant
Who Needs It - New Power Unit of Armenian NPP?
13:41 January 10, 2013 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
The expert drew attention to the fact that the construction of two high-voltage lines is planned, which will run to the neighboring countries and are designed for the export of electricity from the new NPP. “It turns out that we will supply electricity to our neighboring countries at the expense of our security"
Area of New Power Unit Considered Seismically Active
12:46 December 12, 2012 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
The area of new power unit is considered a seismically active zone: this is what the explanation given by the State Committee on Regulation of Nuclear Safety says in the government.
Russia Won’t Share with Armenia Responsibility for Armenian Nuclear Power Plant
15:08 December 06, 2012 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
As it’s known, on 3 December “Rosatom” State Corporation and Energy and Natural Resources Ministry of Turkey signed a joint statement on the construction project of nuclear power plant “Akkuyu” in Mersine. The document was signed as a result of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Istanbul and the negotiations he ran with

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