UAE’s nuclear power ready to start

The preparation for the first nuclear power plant which supposed to be Operator Nawah Energy Company is concluding the final requirements before “commencing the loading of the first fuel assemblies safely into Nuclear power plant Barakah plant, scheduled for the first quarter of 2020.

This meant to be the world’s largest when all project completed, with four reactors and 5,600 megawatts of capacity. Which is built by Korea.

The staffs of Enec said it is ready to generate the power, also added testing being carried out by an independent body concluded that Unit 1 of Barakah, in Al Dhafra, is ready to generate energy.

The Nuclear Power also being assessed by Atlanta Centre of the World Association of Nuclear Operators assessed the plant in November. Experts reviewed performance, maintenance, and emergency preparedness.

This project (Barakah) which will provide all necessary for living such as produce clean, safe and reliable which electricity can be used for a very long time.

This is part of a fantastic recognition, that UAE plant, people and processes meet international startup standards.

The project will try to finish the instruction soon and Nawah would continue to work with the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation to obtain approvals and “gradually commence producing clean, safe which will generate electric power for the next 60 years”.

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