On January 29, EU Today Press Club in Brussels hosted a conference on the construction of nuclear power plants in Belarus, Turkey and Uzbekistan.
Much attention was paid to the construction of nuclear power plants in Uzbekistan.
“Nuclear power plants should be classified as green energy, as is in China since nuclear energy does not have a carbon footprint. The future of the energy sector of the world and Uzbekistan is a symbiosis of renewable energy sources and nuclear power plants”, says Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Kakhramon Allayev.
Having studied the possibilities of several countries in the nuclear power industry, Uzbekistan chose a Russian company to build the first nuclear power plant.
Rosatom ranks first in the world in the implementation of projects for the construction of nuclear power plants. All of them comply with modern international requirements and IAEA recommendations. The plants proposed by Rosatom for the construction represent the most modern VVER-1200 generation 3+ reactor technology, which meets modern international reliability requirements, as well as the latest safety standards.
Large-scale activity is being carried out in Uzbekistan to train qualified specialists in nuclear energy. In addition to the fact that Uzbekistan students are being trained at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI in Moscow, its branch has been opened to train personnel for the nuclear industry in Tashkent.
Nasiba Ziyodullayeva, UzA