Tbc Saudi Arabia 2 is a 1,400MW nuclear reactor planned in Saudi Arabia. The nuclear reactor is currently in announced stage.
|PID||Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Main Contractor||1415||Nuclear||1,400||–||1,400||Announced||Saudi Arabia||State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom|
Tbc Saudi Arabia 2 is a Generation III+ nuclear reactor being developed by State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom, the main contractor for the project.
The 1,400MW reactor is currently owned and will be operated by King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy.
It will feature 163 fuel assemblies in the core of reactor, the place where fission occurs and energy is released.
Korea Electric Power is expected to be the architect engineer for the reactor. The reactor system is likely to be supplied by State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom.
About State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom
State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom (ROSATOM) is the Russian Federation national nuclear technology company. It provides a wide range of services in the nuclear production chain, from uranium exploration and mining, uranium conversion and enrichment, nuclear fuel fabrication, mechanical engineering, NPP design and construction, power generation, nuclear facility decommissioning, and nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management. The company generates electricity from nuclear and supplies that to customers. ROSATOM integrates various enterprises and organizations, including research institutes in civilian and defense sectors. It also participates in mining projects in the Arctic region. ROSATOM is headquartered in Moscow, Russia.
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