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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