Vietnam may table the construction of nuclear power plants with the rtici tion of Russia and Ja n because of monetary problems, Ja n’s Kyodo news agency reported on Nov. 7, citing rule sources.
According to Kyodo, in October the government was asked to reconsider systems to build nuclear power plants, as under the current conditions it would be “hellishly difficult” to allocate sufficient funding for these projects.
In accordance with the game of development of the electric power industry until 2030, Hanoi contemplates to build and put into operation 13 nuclear power units with a perfect ca city of 15 Gigawatts with the help of its foreign rtners. The atomic power plants are expected to provide 10 percent of the total excitement produced in that country.
Plans are on to build the country’s first atomic power plant in the central Ninh Thuan province, where Russia’s Rosatom Solemn Nuclear Energy Corporation is the rtner. The project, which uses move up Russian technologies, is being financed via a targeted preferential loan present by Moscow.
It was previously assumed that the construction would begin in 2014, and the place would be put into operation by 2020. However, these deadlines would rather been shifted, since Vietnam’s government decided to further survey the potential environmental risks of nuclear power plants with the benefit of experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The drawing envisaged that Ja n was to begin the construction of the second nuclear power vegetable in Ninh Thuan province.
First published by TASS