Main Media Centre,
April 26–27, 2021
The MoU includes a number of joint organizational activities that aim at the following: drawing up the unified technical policy for unification of the Russian electronic component base; ensuring the interaction with the developers, manufacturers and customers of the electronic component base; involving some basic and applied research institutions that carry out studies on material physics, physics of semiconductors and photonics for development of the Russian electronic component base, as well as the enterprises of radio and electronic industry and the companies within Rosatom State Corporation, while planning research in the field of development and manufacturing of the electronic component base.
At the initial step, within two years after signing the document, the parties are planning to establish a common system featuring the equipment, subsystems and components of radiation monitoring systems commercially produced by MIRION TECHNOLOGIES (field level software and hardware), and the upper level software and hardware package offered by JSC RASU as part of I&C for the European nuclear construction projects (NPPs of the Russian design). Within this step, RPE RADICO LTD will do the engineering works and provide installation supervision, commissioning supervision and operation support services.
The companies intend to begin a dialogue aimed at defining perspective mutually beneficial directions of cooperation, including supply of the fuel for Korean-designed small-sized commercial modular reactors, as well as SNF and RAW management.
The agreement provides for joint production of titanium alloy products with high added value for science-intensive industries such as aviation, automotive and medicine. In particular, it is planned to establish a joint venture for production of aircraft tubular assemblies, special wire for additive production, sonotrodes, automobile suspension components as well as implants and prostheses for application in medicine.
The Memorandum secures the intention of the parties to consider the joint participation in Paks II NPP (Hungary) and Akkuyu NPP (Turkey) construction projects in terms of FP I&C, and the readiness to prepare a partnership agreement (to be signed later).
The signed Memorandum identifies the areas, which are interesting for both parties, including digital solutions and human-machine interface, development of engineering and full-scope simulators, monitoring and diagnostics systems for specific nuclear construction projects.
The document defines the basis for cooperation between the parties for future joint projects in the field of science and education, including the organization and holding of lectures, educational seminars, publication of joint educational materials, initiation of student exchange programs with Russian technical universities and other areas.
This international professional award acknowledges the contribution to the development and use of nuclear technologies for the benefit of humanity. The award competition was held in five categories.
The new USG series of LVSG cabinets have advanced safety features and extended service life of 50+ years. Besides, the cabinets boast augmented thickness of the metal frames and an increased number of busbars as well as heightened thermal and electrodynamic resistance to short-circuit currents. Available LVSG certificates of conformity with IEC standards will allow JSC RASU to supply UEMZ equipment to all overseas construction projects of nuclear power plants of Russian design.
In the framework of memorandum, the parties agreed to work out jointly a project on creation of cyclotron radiochemical production on the site of the Institute of Nuclear Physics of Uzbekistan, which involves the production of radioisotope products in Uzbekistan and its realization both domestically and abroad.