India will generate 25.5 TWH in the 12 months ending Mar 31, 2011

India will generate 25.5 TWH from nuclear power in the year ending Mar 31, 2011 This was an increase of 35% over 18.8 TWH generated in the prior year.

This was largely due to higher availability of uranium from France, Russia and Kazakhstan under inter-government agreements. Areva of France has supplied NPC 300 tonnes uranium for Rajasthan Unit-2, which is operating above 100 per cent capacity. India has entered into long-term uranium supply agreements with Russia and Kazakhstan. NPC’s installed capacity from 19 reactors is 4,680 Mw.

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