Members of People’s Confederation against Nuclear Energy organised a sloganeering protest here on Wednesday against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project.

The protestors said the KKNPP should be scrapped as various developed nations, having understood the dangers involved in nuclear power generation programme, had abandoned it and were switching over to non-conventional energy production.

New Delhi : Amid reports that the government is working on not applying the supplier’s liability clause on US companies, it has emerged that the Attorney General’s opinion — the root of this concer

The government's effort to find an honourable way around the constraint of the nuclear liability law without actually violating it ran into rough weather on Thursday with the opposition accusing it

The second unit is expected to go on stream by June next year

The Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) Unit-I is set to begin production in the next 20 days. "The plant will start production in the next 15-20 days once it completes the trial run," said R S Sundar, plant's site director, and added experiments and tests were in progress.

Hyderabad: With the demand for power increasing, the state government is trying to get unallocated power from the Kudankulam nuclear power plant and NeyveliII in Tamil Nadu, on a long-term basis.

The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board has granted permission to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) to run its first reactor at 50 per cent (500 MW) capacity and synchronisation of its genera

Power to be generated from 50 proposed projects, including Gundia

Even as the State continues to face frequent power shortage, the government has said that it will create an energy bank of 21,614 MW by the end of the financial year 2021-22.

The People’s Union of Civil Liberties (PUCL) urged the Centre, on Saturday, not to go ahead with the expansion activities at the nuclear energy facility in Kalpakkam by constructing more power plan

The Supreme Court of India has not yet granted permission for commissioning the Koodankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu, as its judgment on 6 May 2013 makes obvious. But unfortunately it does not seem to have paid serious attention to concerns raised by the former chairperson of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, among others, on the quality of components provided by the Russian supplier.

Tamil Nadu will get additional 100MW of electricity from the unit 1 of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant when the operations begin there, said Union power minister Jyotiraditya M Scindia in the Lo