Russia and Egypt agree on nuclear fuel deal

POWER TECHNOLOGY | The Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority and Russia’s Rosatom TVEL subsidiary, Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant (NCCP), have agreed on a ten-year contract for the supply of low-enriched nuclear fuel components for Egypt’s ETTR-2 research reactor. The fuel components include uranium and aluminium items, Rosatom TVEL said in a statement. ETTR-2 focuses on ‘research in particle physics and material studies, as well as for production of radioisotopes’.

It is located at a nuclear research facility in Inshas in Egypt’s Sharqiya governorate.

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