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Construction of Belarusian nuclear power plants on schedule

Ukraine delivers nuclear power equipment for Belgian project

The construction of two units at a Belarusian nuclear power plant is on schedule.
 
The Energy Minister in Belarus made the statement Feb. 25 that the companies involved in the project plan to have the plant commissioned on time, according to BelTA. The plant uses Russia-based Rosatom’s AES-2006 plant design, which uses two VVER-1200 water-cooled reactors at a capacity of 1,200 MW each. AEM-Technologies said it is building the reactor and internal devices, and said it would deliver it by the end of 2015. Both units are scheduled for completion by July 2020, with the first reactor set to come online by 2017.
 
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