Korea, Ukraine to deepen cooperation in nuclear energy
14:46, 31 August 2016

Korea, Ukraine to deepen cooperation in nuclear energy

Korean Hydro & Nuclear Power and Energoatom state-run enterprise signed respective memorandum in Kyiv on August 31

14:46, 31 August 2016

The Ukrainian company’s press service reported that the major directions of cooperation will be finishing construction of 3rd and 4th power units of Khmelnytsky nuclear power plant, as well as implementing the EU-Ukraine Power Bridge project.

The memorandum was signed by Yuriy Nedashkivsky, Energoatom’s President, and Seok Cho, the KHNP’s CEO.

Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power is the largest power company of the country; it produces about one-thrid from the total output of electric energy in South Korea. KHNP is the owner and the operator of 24 power units with summary capacity of 21,716 MWatt. The company also plans to build another four nuclear power units in Korea.

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