Russia’s Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation has set up Europe’s largest lithium battery production facility in its homeland in response to the rapidly growing demand for electric vehicles around the world.
Rosatom, which is now providing nuclear power solutions to various countries, is joining hands with India in many other emerging areas like production of carbon fiber, futuristic materials with high thermal conductivity, nuclear medicine, modern radiation technologies. ready to mix. and wind power.
Rosatom, being a manufacturer of advanced carbon fiber materials, was in talks with India. Some precise projects in this area would be finalized soon.
Rosatom, in addition to generating electricity through its nuclear reactors, was generating 600 MW of wind power in southern Russia and this technology could be provided to foreign partners.
Expressing satisfaction at the progress of work in the Kudankulam Atomic Power Project (KKNPP), where the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) is actively involved in the construction of four more VVER-1,000 MW reactors with Russian technical know-how after the operation of two reactors. Including, he said the Indian market was promising as the economy was growing. Therefore, energy companies including Rosatom had a good chance in the energy sector and other emerging new sectors in India.