India's plan to build 10 of its own nuclear reactors does not signal a pivot away from foreign suppliers, but to succeed their projects must be financially sound and based on proven technology, a top official told Reuters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet on Wednesday backed a plan to build a fleet of indigenous Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs) capable of generating 7,000 megawatts of power - more than India's existing installed capacity. The announcement comes as talks with U.S., French and Russian suppliers drag but Sekhar Basu, secretary of the ...
Foreign suppliers urged to step up as government backs own nuclear design
Modi has made nuclear expansion a key plank of his strategy to supply Asia's No.3 economy