India Enters The Nuclear Power Club With New 7.7 GW Program

May 2017
FRPT- Energy Snapshot;5/23/2017, p5
Industry Profile
The article discusses an announcement made by India regarding its plan to create indigenously developed nuclear power plants; and statement of power minister Piyush Goyal on how the civil nuclear program will raise the profile of Indian scientists and technology.


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