Jitendra Singh on Nuclear Plant: When it comes to nuclear power centers in the country, everyone’s attention goes towards South India, but now the Modi government has also paid attention to North India. There will be a nuclear plant in North India too and it is going to be set up in Gorakhpur, Haryana. For this Narendra Modi The government has also given approval. This plant is just 150 km from the national capital Delhi. Will be at a distance of
Union Minister of State for Science and Technology (Independent Charge) Jitendra Singh said that during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rule, one of the major achievements would be setting up nuclear power plants in other parts of the country, which were earlier mostly in South Indian states like Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. states or were confined to Maharashtra in the west.
Jitendra Singh said that according to the priority of increasing India’s nuclear capacity, many revolutionary decisions have been taken in the last 8 years. He said that the Modi government has given a comprehensive approval for setting up 10 nuclear reactors.
fast paced work
Gorakhpur Haryana Anu Vidyut Project (GHAVP) consisting of two units of 700 MW capacity each with indigenously designed Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR) is under implementation near village Gorakhpur in Fatehabad district in Haryana. So far, out of the total allocated amount of Rs 20,594 crore, an amount of Rs 4,906 crore has been spent.
Energy department will set up plant with PSU
According to Union Minister Jitendra Singh, the Department of Atomic Energy in Haryana has been permitted to form joint ventures with Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) to set up nuclear power plants. He said that this area is full of hopes for the coming times. Through these projects, the country will meet its energy needs.
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