Showing posts with label Akkuyu. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Akkuyu. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Akkuyu nuclear plant construction to start in 2018: Erdogan

Akkuyu nuclear plant
Construction on Turkey's first nuclear power plant will begin in 2018, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday, adding that the plant's inauguration would be held "very soon" with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Construction of Akkuyu Nuclear Plant to start in Sept.

The construction of Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant will start in September this year, top officials of Cengiz-Kolin-Kalyon (CKK), a Turkish consortium of contracting conglomerates, said on Tuesday, a sign of a desire to bolster Russia-Turkey cooperation on several fronts.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Putin expects Akkuyu nuclear power plant to become strategic investment

Russian President Vladimir Putin expects that in the near future the Akkuyu nuclear power plant will be given the status of a strategic investment.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Turkish Akkuyu NPP’s Special Status to Speed Up Construction

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Tuesday he believed that assigning the strategic investment status to Turkey’s Akkuyu nuclear power plant (NPP), to be built in cooperation with Russia, would speed up the construction.

Friday, July 29, 2016

Simplification of licensing in Turkey to accelerate Akkuyu project implementation : Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak

Changes to Turkey’s legislation will make it possible to accelerate the implementation of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant construction project, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday on the Energetics program of the Rossiya 24 TV channel.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Turkey removes all legal obstacles for construction of Akkuyu NPP

Turkey has removed all legal obstacles for construction of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant and supports the construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline, Turkey’s Energy Minister Nihat Zeybekci said after meeting Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Turkey: No energy issues with Russia, Energy min. says. Russia will wait for results of elections in Turkey before solving Turkish Stream issues

Turkey has no energy issues with Russia, Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Ala Riza Alaboyun said Wednesday, in an exclusive interview with the Anadolu Agency Editors' Desk. 

Friday, October 09, 2015

Turkey’s first nuclear power plant project enters uncertain period amid Syria row

Uncertainties are rising over controversial nuclear power plant project in Turkey’s Akkuyu, for which Russia has spent $3 billion so far, amid rows between Turkey and Russia over Syria.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

$3 bln spent on Akkuyu power plant so far

A total of $3 billion has been spent on the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant and work will continue although the required licenses have not been issued yet, said the company chief, adding that some delays are normal in nuclear power plant projects.

Monday, May 25, 2015

Δικοινοτική εκδήλωση κατά των πυρηνικών σταθμών στην Τουρκία

Τ/κ και Ε/κ συγκεντρώθηκαν την Κυριακή στο κομμάτι της οδού Λήδρας που βρίσκεται μέσα στην γραμμή κατάπαυσης του πυρός στη Λευκωσία για να διαμαρτυρηθούν ενάντια στους σχεδιασμούς της Τουρκίας σε σχέση με την ανέγερση δύο πυρηνικών σταθμών στη Σινώπη στη Μαύρη Θάλασσα και στη Μερσίνα, η οποία βρίσκεται απέναντι από την Κύπρο.

Monday, December 01, 2014

Russia-Turkey relations in energy sector rise to strategic level. Russia will reduce by 6% gas price for Turkish consumers from January 1, 2015

Russian-Turkish relations in the energy sector have raised to strategic level, Russian President Vladimir Putin said after talks with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Russia will increase gas supplies to the Turkish market by 3 billion cubic meters under the Blue Stream project, Putin said. Russia will reduce by 6% gas price for Turkish consumers from January 1, 2015, Putin said. 

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Turkey nuke plant to last 100 years (Rosatom CEO)

Turkey’s first nuclear power plant to be built on the country’s southern coast will connect Turkey and Russia for at least 100 years, said the plant’s Russian builder, Rosatom.

“We are giving 60 years of guarantee for the Akkuyu nuclear plant, but I’m sure that it will have a lifespan of 80-100 years,” said Rosatom CEO Sergei Kirienko.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Akkuyu nuclear power plant: No reasons for deteriorating relations with Russia (Turkish energy minister)

Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz said on Friday he did not see any reasons for deteriorating relations with Russia in the energy sector.

“As for the projects that we are currently implementing with Russia there are no reasons, which can cause problems due to the EU sanctions. Our relations are stable in gas issues and in other spheres,” Yildiz said.

Russia and Turkey are implementing a project to build the Akkuyu nuclear power plant at Mersin Province on the Mediterranean coast, he said.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Environment report for first nuclear plant in Akkuyu yells out: ‘Don’t build it’ (Coastal nuclear plants mostly in cold seas)

Data collected in the controversial environmental impact assessment report (ÇED) regarding Turkey’s prospective first nuclear plant in Akkuyu in Mersin has provided serious warnings that the plant could hurt the region’s ecosystem once it comes operational.

A leading expert on marine sciences who spoke to Doğan News Agency said the data was not interpreted in the light of its potential ecological damage.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Russia gives $1.39 bln for Turkey’s first nuclear plant. --The reactor’s construction is estimated to begin in 2016

Akkuyu NPP
Turkey has received $1.39 billion from Russia for the construction of Turkey’s first nuclear power plant in Akkuyu for the first quarter of 2014.

Akkuyu NGS, Russia’s state-run nuclear company Rosatom’s subsidiary in Turkey, has started increasing its investments. 


According to company officials, once the environmental evaluation report (ÇED) is approved, ground preparations and infrastructural investments will speed up in the construction of Turkey’s first nuclear plant.

Saturday, May 04, 2013

Τουρκία-Ιαπωνία: Υπεγράφη η σύμβαση για την κατασκευή του δεύτερου πυρηνικού ηλεκτροπαραγωγικού εργοστασίου της χώρας από τους πρωθυπουργούς Ερντογάν και Άμπε

Οι ιαπωνικές εταιρείες Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd και Itochu Corporation, μαζί με την γαλλική GDF Suez, ανέλαβαν να κατασκευάσουν το δεύτερο πυρηνικό ηλεκτροπαραγωγικό εργοστάσιο της Τουρκίας, ένα έργο το οποίο εκτιμάται ότι θα κοστίσει 22 δισεκατ. δολάρια, βάσει μιας διμερούς συμφωνίας η οποία υπεγράφη σήμερα.
Ο Τούρκος πρωθυπουργός Ρετζέπ Ταγίπ Ερντογάν και ο Ιάπωνας ομόλογός του Σίνζο Άμπε υπέγραψαν την διμερή συμφωνία στην Άγκυρα.
Οι εταιρείες αυτές θα οικοδομήσουν ένα σταθμό παραγωγής ηλεκτρισμού συνολικής δυναμικότητας 4.800 μεγαβάτ (MW) στην παράκτια πόλη Σινώπη, στην Μαύρη Θάλασσα.
Η κοινοπραξία πρόκειται να εγκαταστήσει αντιδραστήρες Atmea της γαλλικής πυρηνικής εταιρείας Areva, σύμφωνα με πηγές που πρόσκεινται σε αυτή.
Ως σήμερα ο αντιδραστήρας αυτός δεν έχει πωληθεί ή τεθεί σε λειτουργία κάπου. Η Αρεβά ελπίζει ότι θα τον πωλήσει στην Τουρκία, στην Ιορδανία, στο Βιετνάμ και στην Αργεντινή.

Friday, May 03, 2013

Turkey & Japan agree on a nuclear plant investment

Turkish PM Erdogan said Turkey and Japan took a step for establishment of a nuclear energy power plant....

 Turkey and Japan agreed on an investment of 22 billion USD for establishment of a nuclear energy power plant in Turkey.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe signed a declaration on setting up a strategic partnership between Turkey and Japan as well as a declaration which guarantees a previously-signed cooperation agreement on nuclear energy.
In a joint press conference, Erdogan said they took a step for nuclear energy power plant between Turkey and Japan.

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