rench energy giant EDF has submitted a commercial proposal to the Indian authorities for the Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant (JNPP) in the west coast state of Maharashtra, marking a significant step forwards for the project. The JNPP, proposed to be the largest nuclear park in the country to be built in coastal Maharashtra, will have six reactors with a capacity of 1650 MW each.
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The offer would reportedly help India and French utility provider EDF determine the cost of the project and the tariff for the electricity generated.
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EDF was bringing in new technology, the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB), the country nuclear watchdog, asked for a reference plant.
|Session 5: New Nuclear and Long-Term Operation of NPPs in India
|0900 Nuclear Power Plants in India: Status and
|- NPPs in operation and maintenance work
- Progress and timeline of nuclear power projects under construction: Rajasthan 7&8, Kalpakkam, Kudankulam3&4
- Planed reactors: Kudankulam 5&6, Jaitapur, Kovvada, Gorakhpur 1&2, MahiBanswara 1&2
- Potential tendering activities and opportunities for national/international players
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