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Kudankulam's two n-reactors reach full capacity, record 2,000 MW power generation

The two operating units of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant have reached full generating capacity of 2000MW, as both units recorded 1000MW of electricity generation for the first time.

Units 5, 6 at Kudankulam Nuclear power plant to cost Rs 50,000 crore

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant was the outcome of an inter-governmental agreement between the erstwhile Soviet Union and India in 1988. It is the single largest nuclear power station in India.


Kudankulam nuclear plant top of agenda at Modi-Putin meet: All you need to know about KKNPP

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant: The plant has two units still pending and are to be made in collaboration with a Russian firm. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to have a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin shortly. Both countries are likely to sign 12 agreements.

Drop cases against anti-nuclear activists, orders Madras HC

The state government clarified in the court that it has already informed authorities concerned to withdraw the cases.

Anti-nuclear power activist Udayakumar detained at IGIA

Not allowed to travel to Kathmandu, let off with a warning

AERB: No deficiency in Kudankulam valve

The unit was also under shutdown during the Maintenance work.


Nuclear regulator AERB rules out deficiency in valve construction in Kudankulam nuclear plant

AERB has blamed 'inadequate draining of hot water' before taking up the routine maintenance work of the valve.

Russia agrees on India's nuclear liability law

The agreement could not be signed in October last year as Moscow has raised objection over some clauses of the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act.

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant first unit to touch optimum power production shortly

Thee first unit is now generating 75 per cent of its capacity and would reach 100 per cent shortly.

SC seeks Centre,AERB response on plea for stay on nuclear plant

Sundarrajan claimed livelihood of around 10 lakh people in 100 villages was at stake.