Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power station situated in Kudankulam in the Tirunelveli district of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This is a joint Russia-India project. It's investment cost to India was estimated to be US$ 3 billion (Rs.13,615 Crores) in a 2001 agreement.
This summer, Russia and India may sign a contract for the design of the third and fourth power units for the Indian Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP), Valery Limarenko, head of Rosatom’s engineering company NIAEP-ASE, told journalists
The start-up of the second power unit at the Kudankulam nuclear power plant, which India is building with Russia’s assistance, is scheduled for the summer of 2015, Russian civilian nuclear power corporation Rosatom Deputy Head Alexander Lokshin said on Friday
One of the basic steps, that must be performed before launching a nuclear reactor – the so-called “hot break-in”, has been started on the second unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, being built with Russian assistance, announced the press service of Russia’s leading unified engineering company NIAEP JSC – Atmostroyeksport CJSC (NIAEP-ASE)
The first unit's reactor of Kudankulam NPP in India that had tripped on January 15 and had been re-started on January 18, started generating its full capacity, a source informed about the Indian nuclear industry communicated to RIA News