Sixfold increase in Rosatom’s capital investment in 10 years

8 July 2022

Gennady Sakharov: "The annual volume of capital investments of Rosatom has increased six times over 10 years," Strana Rosatom has reported, citing Gennady Sakharov, Rosatom’s director for capital investments, state construction supervision. "The annual volume of capital investments of the state corporation Rosatom has increased from RUB 169 billion ($2.66bn) in 2012 to RUB1,000 billion in 2022," he said. In 2023 the volume of capital investments of is expected to exceed RUB1,300 billion.

"Over 10 years, a modern system for managing projects for the construction of nuclear facilities in Russia and abroad has been created. A unique team of nuclear builders, professionals, who are implementing large-scale projects in different parts of the world, has been formed from disparate enterprises and local divisions. Implementation of a comprehensive cost management system has accelerated the transformation of the construction complex and the digitalisation of Rosatom’s construction management processes,” Sakharov said.

He noted that, according to the latest data, the number of objects at various stages of implementation has increased from 157 to 292, while 154,000 people work in the construction complex, including 80,000 from industry organisations.

Image: Gennady Sakharov, Rosatom's Director of Capital Investments, State Construction Supervision & State Expertise (photo courtesy of Rosatom)

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