Comissioning of jaitapur nuclear power plant

August 2015
FRPT- Energy Snapshot;8/10/2015, p12
Industry Profile
The article discusses the talks held between the energy company Areva and the nuclear power company Nuclear Power Corporation of India to design a business model for the commissioning of the Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project in the state of Maharashtra, India.


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