- TVEL (Russian: ТВЭЛ, tr. tvel) is also a Russian abbreviation of the "heat-releasing element", fuel rod.
The TVEL Fuel Company (TVEL) is a Russian nuclear fuel cycle company headquartered in Moscow. It works mainly in uranium mining and the production of nuclear fuel. TVEL belongs to the Atomenergoprom holding company (part of Rosatom).
|Open joint stock company|
|Sergei Sobyanin (Chairman of the Board), Anton Badenkov (Acting President)|
|Revenue||$3.17 billion (2017)|
|$983 million (2017)|
|$820 million (2017)|
|Total assets||$6.76 billion (2017)|
|Total equity||$5.45 billion (2017)|
TVEL supplies fuel to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ukraine, Armenia, Lithuania, Finland, China and India. In the world, 73 power reactors (17% of the world market by number) and 30 research reactors are currently running with TVEL made fuel.
TVEL is developing the TVS-K fuel assembly for Western-designed reactors. As of 2017 TVS-K is in pilot usage, and TVEL hopes it will be ready for commercial supply in 2021.
The chairman of the board of directors is Alexander Lokshin. The acting president is Yuri Olenin.
- Nuclear fuel production
- Mashinostroitelny Zavod Elektrostal
- Novosibirsk Plant of Chemical Concentrates
- Chepetsky Mechanical Plant
- Moscow Plant of Polymetals
- Separation-sublimation assets
- Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Combine
- Zelenogorsk Electrochemical Plant
- Siberian Chemical Combine
- Ural Electrochemical Plant
- Research institutes and design bureaus
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