JSC Atomenergoproekt is the Rosatom State Corporation enterprise, engineering company, general designer of nuclear power plants. It is more than 2,500 high-skill specialists ensuring effective company operation as an engineering company whose domain of activity spread not only across Russia but internationally.
We performed full scope of works and services in the area of NPP construction, including:
The company is a general contactor for designing and construction of the Novovoronezh NPP-2 (two power units with VVER-1200 reactors as per AES-2006 design).
The Kudankulam NPP (India) and Akkuyu NPP (Turkey) are under construction based on the JSC Atomenergoproekt projects. JSC Atomenergoproekt is the designer of Belene NPP project (Bulgaria).
Today JSC Atomenergoproekt is the general designer for the Kursk, Smolensk, Balakovo, Bilibino, Novovoronezh NPPs. The Company specialists participated in construction of Zaporozhjie NPP in Ukraine, Nord NPP and Reinsberg NPP in Germany.
At present the Kozlodui NPP (Bulgaria), Temelin NPP (Czech Republic) and Bushehr NPP (Iran) constructed as per the Society projects are in operation.
The company designs are used in Russia for upgrading and reconstruction of the Kursk, Smolensk, Balakovo, Novovoronezh, Bilibino nuclear power plants. Atomenergoproekt is involved in the follow-up of the operating Kalinin and Rostov nuclear power plants.
JSC Atomenergoproekt is working on creation of new nuclear power technologies. The company provides NPPs with modern computer-based instrumentation and control systems. Atomenergoproekt specialists use the most advanced technologies, international experience in the field of NPP designing and construction based on the usage of complex information systems.
JSC Atomenergoproekt is chosen as general designer of the Seversk, South Ural and Central nuclear power plants.
The company plans include active participation in all tenders for construction of new advanced nuclear power plants in the frameworks of the Program of Activity of Rosatom, a State Corporation for Nuclear Energy, for long-term period (years 2009–2015).