Κυριακή, 12 Δεκεμβρίου 2010

Πρόσω ολοταχώς για πυρηνικά οι Τούρκοι

Σειρά επαφών με τη Ρωσία και την Ιαπωνία έχει δρομολογήσει η κυβέρνηση της Τουρκίας, προκειμένου να επισφραγίσει την έναρξη κατασκευής δύο πυρηνικών εργοστασίων. 

Το πρώτο με τη Ρωσία, θα κατασκευαστεί στο Ακουγιού με τον αρμόδιο υπουργό ενέργειας Γιλντίζ, να συναντάται την ερχόμενη εβδομάδα με το Ρώσο ομόλογό του, με στόχο το Ακουγιού να μπει και επισήμως σε φάση κατασκευής.
Όσο για το δεύτερο εργοστάσιο, που σχεδιάζεται για το βορρά, μετά το ναυάγιο των συζητήσεων με τη Νότια Κορέα, οι Τούρκοι έχουν στραφεί στην Ιαπωνία και για αυτό το σκοπό θα γίνουν συναντήσεις την επόμενη εβδομάδα.

Πηγή:www.capital.gr

Russian peaceful atom: now in Turkey

 
Dec 6, 2010 13:53 Moscow Time
The Russian-built Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran. Photo: RIA Novosti



President Dmitry Medvedev has signed the Federal Law on the ratification of Russian-Turkish agreement on the joint construction of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant in the Republic of Turkey. Earlier, the document was ratified by both chambers of Russian parliament. 
The facility will be built by Russia’s leading state-owned nuclear contractor, Atomstroiexport. 
"The ratification of the agreement on building the plant in Turkey by the Russian head of state is an essential political decision opening the door for further progress in this area. Atomstroiexport is expected to build one of the plant’s four power units and to supply all necessary equipment there", head of the company’s press service Olga Tsypleva pointed out.
According to preliminary arrangements, Russia plans to use the so-called “build-own-operate” scheme (BOO) for the construction at Akkuyu Bay. In other words, the Russian side will assume responsibility not only for building the facility, but for its maintenance as well, at least in the short run. This will ensure all safety-related aspects are observed both during construction and also after the plant’s start-up.
"At present, Atomstroiexport - still the industry leader - is building several facilities on different continents. For instance, it is now completing preparations for the physical launch of the Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran - another plant recently commissioned by the company. All efforts are carried out under the control of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and are in full compliance with the most strict international standards and the non-proliferation policy", Olga Tsypleva goes on to say.
"Iran has successfully loaded fuel into the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear power plant, with the upper unit already fixed on the reactor. This is one of the stages of the station’s physical launch, which started back on August 21st. Today, the plant is preparing its process control systems for further work", Olga Tsypleva said.
Thus, the last few days have been marked with two milestone events for both the Russian and the global energy industry. One of the stages in commissioning an already built facility has been completed in Iran. At the same time, Russian contractors have been granted legal authority to implement a new project - in Turkey this time. Although carried out in different countries and on different terms, these two projects by Atomstroiexport have one thing in common - they will help the Middle Eastern region overcome one of its most significant problems, namely energy shortages. And this, in its turn, will create favorable conditions both for improving people’s living standards and for speeding up overall economic development.
http://english.ruvr.ru/2010/12/06/36296717.html

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