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Russia extends fuel supply to Armenian plant

Russia extends fuel supply to Armenian plant

TVEL and Haykakan Atomayin Electrakayan - Armenian Nuclear Power Plant - have signed contractual documents for supplies of Russian nuclear fuel in 2019-2020. TVEL, the nuclear fuel manufacturer subsidiary of Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom, said that a stock of fresh nuclear fuel had already been provided to the site of the power plant in Metsamor in compliance with a supplement signed in 2017 to their general contract.

Uranium & Fuel 26 June 2019


Armenian regulator must address staff deficit, says IAEA

Armenian regulator must address staff deficit, says IAEA

Armenia has made progress in strengthening its regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety but still faces challenges, including a shortage of qualified and experienced staff at its regulatory body, an International Atomic Energy Agency team of experts said today, on completion of an Integrated Regulatory Review Service follow-up mission.

Regulation & Safety 17 June 2019


IAEA reviews long-term safety of Armenian plant

IAEA reviews long-term safety of Armenian plant

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts has completed a review of long-term operational safety at the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant at Metsamor.

Regulation & Safety 12 December 2018


Russia to start upgrading Armenian plant in 2018

Russia to start upgrading Armenian plant in 2018

Rosatom plans to carry out work to extend the operating period of unit 2 of the Metsamor nuclear power plant in Armenia in 2018 and 2019, the Russian state nuclear corporation said on 13 June, following a meeting between its director-general, Alexey Likhachov, and Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan.

Corporate 15 June 2017


Russia and Armenia to share nuclear safety information

Russia and Armenia to share nuclear safety information

Russia-Armenia October 2015 - 48Russia and Armenia have signed an intergovernmental agreement on the exchange of information related to nuclear and radiation safety. The agreement was signed yesterday in Yerevan by Sergey Kirienko, director general of Rosatom, and Yervand Zakharyan, Armenia's energy minister.

New Nuclear 07 October 2015


Armenia confirms ongoing role for nuclear

Armenia confirms ongoing role for nuclear

Armenia's prime minister has confirmed a 10-year life extension of the country's only operating nuclear power plant and that negotiations are being held on the construction of new nuclear capacity.

New Nuclear 23 July 2015


Russia and Armenia agree to unit 2 life extension

Russia and Armenia agree to unit 2 life extension

Russia and Armenia have signed an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in extending the operating life of unit 2 of Armenia’s sole nuclear power plant.

New Nuclear 23 December 2014


Ukraine contract for international enrichment centre

Ukraine contract for international enrichment centre

Russian-supplied fuel for Ukraine's nuclear power plants is to use uranium enriched at the International Uranium Enrichment Centre (IUEC) in Siberia, in which Ukraine holds a 10% stake. Armenia has also agreed to take a similar stake in the enrichment facility.

Uranium & Fuel 01 June 2012