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India plans to increase nuclear power capacity

It is expected to increase from 6,780 MW to 22,480 MW by 2031

India debuts largest homegrown nuclear reactor

India is counting on its nuclear program to help meet its “Paris climate commitments”

Nuclear Power Corporation to invest Rs.145.75 bn next fiscal

Nuclear Power Corporation of India will spend Rs.145.75 bn next financial year, jumping 22 per cent over the capital expenditure of Rs.118.90 bn in the current fiscal.

Kakrapar atomic power station recovery in three to eight months

The Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) Unit-1 in Gujarat, which has been shutdown since March due to radioactive leak, may still take nearly three-to-eight months for full recovery.

Kakrapar atomic power plant unit-I shut down

A unit of Nuclear Power Corporation of India´s atomic power plant at Kakrapar near Surat was shut down recently due to a small leak in the Primary Heat Transport System (PHT).

Two more units at KAPS

Nuclear Power Corporation of India plans to set up two 700 MW nuclear power units at the Kaiga Atomic Power Station (KAPS)

Govt plans work on nuke reactors

Six nuclear power reactors have been installed at Rawatbhata in Rajasthan with a total capacity of 1,180 MW. Proposals for the Twelfth Five-Year Plan envisage work to be started on 19 new nuclear power reactors with a total capacity of 17,400 MW. Presently, 1,080 MW capacity is in operation, as Raja..

MAPS second unit restarts generation

The second unit at Madras Atomic Power Station (MAPS), which was shut down for maintenance and surveillance tests, has been restarted by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL).

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