Rosatom, the State Atomic Energy Corporation, is one of the global technology leaders, possessing all resources and competences for success in all parts of the nuclear power supply chain. The state corporation integrates widely ranging assets from uranium mining to nuclear
power plant decommissioning and nuclear waste reprocessing.
Rosatom is Russia's largest power-generating utility, supplying over 19% of the country's energy needs.
The company holds first place in the world in terms of foreign project portfolio with 36 generating units, currently at different stages of implementation, in 12 countries. Rosatom ranks second in the world in terms of uranium reserves and fourth in terms of uranium production, also supplying 17% of the nuclear fuel market.
Rosatom's activities also include the manufacturing of nuclear medicine equipment and isotope products, scientific research, materials science, supercomputer and software development, and manufacturing of diverse innovative products for nuclear and non-nuclear applications. Rosatom has a strategy to develop green energy generation projects, including wind power.
The state corporation was chartered on December 18th, 2007. The state corporation brings together about 400 enterprises and organizations, including the world’s only nuclear ice-breaker fleet. They employ approximately 250,000 people.
Rosatom is headed by General Director, Aleksey Likhachev