Electricity output at 35 power units of 10 operating NPPs and the power unit of the floating thermal nuclear power
plant with two reactor units reached a new all-time high of 215.7 billion kWh.
The team of the Russian nuclear industry won the WorldSkills Hi-Tech National Competition for the sixth time.
No events rated at level 1 or higher on the international INES scale were detected at nuclear facilities (deviations
rated at level 0 do not pose a risk to employees operating the facilities, local residents or the environment).
The 150 MW Adygea Wind Power Plant and the 210 MW Kochubeyevskaya Wind Power Plant started to supply
electricity to the Russian wholesale market.
Six new digital products came on the open market: the Infrastructure Platform for the Hosting of Modular and
Containerised Data Centres; Atombot. Procurement; the Multi-D Unified Time Schedule; Logos Strength; the Mobile
Data Centre and the PILOT Access Control System.
The Unified Industry Policy on Sustainable Development of JSC Atomenergoprom and ROSATOM was approved.
The Company signed contracts for the supply of nuclear fuel and its components for NPPs and research reactors in
the Czech Republic, Egypt and India.
The Company reached agreement with JSC Gazprombank on raising a sustainable loan to finance the second stage
of a 340 MW wind farm, with the price terms of the loan linked with the achievement of sustainable development
targets at the construction and operation stages of the project.