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Russia's VVER-TOI reactor certified by European utilities

14 juni 2019

The Russian-designed VVER-TOI nuclear power reactor design - developed from the VVER-1200 - has been formally certified as compliant by the European Utility Requirements organisation.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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