A joint venture of ROSATOM and one of the largest energy companies in Russia, PJSC Irkutskenergo. It has been created for joint development and further commercialization of the lead-bismuth fast neutron reactor technology (SVBR). JSC AKME-engineering has the intellectual property rights for the SVBR technology and is a competence center for implementation of the projects of construction multi-functional nuclear power complexes in the global energy market. The SVBR-based projects meet requirements for reactor technologies of the Generation IV, have the high safety level which is achieved due to intrinsic safety which is based on advantages of the heavy metal coolant.
ROSATOM's organizer of tenders and procurement activities
Atomstroyexport (Engineering Division of ROSATOM) incorporates leading design and engineering companies of the sector – JSC Engineering Company ASE (Nizhniy Novgorod), JSC Atomstroyexport (Moscow), JSC Atomenergoproekt (Moscow) and JSC ATOMPROEKT (Saint-Petersburg). It is one the leaders of world’s nuclear engineering business having 31% of the global NPP construction market. ASE’s representation offices, branches and operating offices operate in the territory of 15 countries. Nearly 80% of the orders portfolio falls with projects abroad. It implements projects in design and construction of large power NPPs, RAW and SNF management facilities, thermal energy facilities as well as renders full range of EPC, EPC(M) and PMC services for any complex engineering facilities. ASE is a designer and it actively implements the innovative project management system for construction of complex engineering facilities – MultiD – which allows for more efficient management of such parameters as budget, due dates and quality.
Specialized engineering company, formed in 2001 for comprehensive solution of the issues related to pre-contractual operations supervision, construction, operation, modernization and decommissioning of foreign NPP power units. JSC ATEX is in possession of a required package of licenses and permits for its activities implementation both in the RF territory and abroad. JSC ATEX is staffed with well-trained specialists experienced in performance of nuclear power projects commissioning operations in the RF and abroad. In 2016 JSC ATEX integrated with JSC Rusatom Service which is at present the main stockowner and a managing company of the association. Within the structure of the joint with JSC Rusatom Service integrated technical-commercial proposals for construction and operation of NPP in the framework of SC Rosatom work flow chart, JSC ATEX proposes comprehensive support services rendering to operating companies in the course of foreign NPP power units commissioning, operation, modernization, operation lifetime extension. The Head office is situated in Moscow, activities abroad are carried out via directorates and representative offices.
Major Russian research centre established in 1952 to develop reactor technologies and automation systems, concentrates research efforts on reactor physics, thermal physics, hydrodynamics, material engineering, nuclear safety, reactor core optimisation, life cycle extension and nuclear decommissioning.
ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation Company (belongs to the management circuit of TENEX, Joint-Stock Company) responsible for the cross-border freight forwarding of nuclear fuel cycle products and engineering services in the field of spent nuclear fuel (SNF) and radioactive waste (RAW) management.
Joint Stock Company ‘United Heat and Power Company’ (OTEK) was established in 2013 as a division of ROSATOM which manages non-nuclear power and utilities assets. Company’s strategic tasks include further enhancement of performance of non-nuclear power complexes. Today, OTEK manages five TPPs, 69 boiler houses and 13,000 km of electricity supply grids across Russia. OTEK’s key assets include TPP of NIIAR (Dimitrovgrad), TPP of PIMCU (Krasnokamensk), TPP of CMP (Glazov, Udmurtia), TPP of SCC (Seversk), and TPP of UECC (Novouralsk).
OTEK was founded in 2013 as a ROSATOM division to manage its non-nuclear energy and utility assets. The strategic goals of the company aim at further improvement of the non-nuclear power plants’ economic performance, localization of wind turbines’ production, construction and operation of wind farms along with international marketing of the locally made wind turbines, which fully corresponds to the ROSATOM strategy to increase its share at the global market by offering new products in low-carbon energy segment. Today OTEK controls and operates five thermal power plants, 69 boiler plants and 13K kilometers of electrical network all over Russia. The main assets are thermal power plants in Dimitrovgrad, Krasnokamensk, Novouralsk, Glazov and Seversk. In 2016 VetroSGC was transferred under governance and management of OTEK. VetroSGC is a winner of a competition for construction of 26 wind energy objects with total capacity of 610MW. The technological partner of OTEK is a Dutch company Lagerwey, which has almost 40 years of experience in development and production of wind turbines.
ROSATOM's nuclear and radiation emergency response team is integrated into the national emergency response system; it includes a coordination centre in St. Petersburg, three operations centres across Russia, the Engineering and Training Centre for Robotics Research, and the EPRON Emergency and Underwater Rescue Service
Management of radioactive waste and ionizing radiation sources, including transportation, collection, processing and storage, site rehabilitation, decommissioning of nuclear submarines, radioactive substance and radioactive waste control and accounting activities; operates through two subsidiaries вЂ“ SevRAO in Ostrovnoy, Murmansk Region, and DalRAO in Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai
An integrator and management company, it has been established on the basis of ROSATOM’s companies and institutes to develop nuclear medicine and innovative product processing technologies in Russia and abroad. It vectors relevant organizations of ROSATOM which have radiation technology developments through analysis of market needs, understanding of technological and production aspects of equipment design and formulation of the package proposal. The company has been established by Atomenergoprom. JSC Rusatom Healthcare incorporates JSC V/O Isotope, JSC NIITFA, JSC L. Ya. Karpov NIFKhI, JSC Rusreactor and two centers for production of fluorine-based ultra-short-lived radionuclides for PET-diagnostics. It is the integrator of other ROSATOM’s companies which release products based on medical and industrial radiation technologies. JSC Rusatom Healthcare implements projects in two areas: nuclear medicine and innovative product processing technologies.
Rusatom International Network has been established to develop and manage ROSATOM's regional representative offices all over the world. The main objectives of the company are to support the activity of ROSATOM's divisions on foreign markets, searching for new business opportunities, promoting the Russian nuclear industry's products and services on the global market.
Rusatom Overseas JSC is a company within the ROSATOM Group. It is responsible for promotion of the integrated offer for NPP construction projects in the international market.
One of the two national Federal Nuclear Centres engaged in both military and civilian projects in a variety of fundamental and applied fields (safety and reliability of Russian nuclear weapons, theoretical and mathematical physics, gas dynamics, explosion physics, nuclear and radiation physics, lasers, high density energy, beam physics, etc.).
A large research and production center having unique technologies in highly precise machining, electrical machinery, microelectronics; large testing base; and engineering skills. The company specializes in production of complex science-intensive electro mechanical, electronics and radio engineering instruments and systems.
TVEL Fuel Company of ROSATOM incorporates enterprises for the fabrication of nuclear fuel, conversion and enrichment of uranium, production of gas centrifuges, as well as research and design organizations. It is the only supplier of nuclear fuel for Russian nuclear power plants. TVEL Fuel Company of ROSATOM provides nuclear fuel for 73 power reactors in 13 countries worldwide, research reactors in eight countries, as well as transport reactors of the Russian nuclear fleet.
The United Innovation Corporation is the ROSATOM subsidiary engaged in the construction and fitting out of radionuclide diagnostic centres, both fixed and mobile, and of radionuclide diagnostic departments at medical institutions.
Moscow-based JSC VetroOGK is a company under the management of JSC NovaWind registered by ROSATOM in September 2017 to consolidate efforts in the Wind Energy area. Within JSC NovaWind JSC VetroOGK is responsible for wind farms construction and operation. JSC VetroOGK is a member of the Association NP Market Council and included in the register of wholesale electricity and power market subjects (OREM). As a result of successful participation in the tender to select projects to build wind power facilities, JSC VetroOGK will construct 1GW of wind farms till 2022. First wind farms will be located in the south of Russia. In the Republic of Adygeya there will be Adygeiskaya WPP with the total capacity of 150 MW; WPPs are planned in Krasnodar and Stavropol Territories.