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KANUPPKarachi Nuclear Power Project (Canadian-built CANDU reactor in Pakistan)
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PAEC has enviable record of running KANUPP safely after completing its design life of 30 years.
The IAEA chief said that the new KANUPP II and III "plants are very heavily protected" and that the IAEA greatly values cooperation with Pakistan in peaceful uses of nuclear technology.
KANUPP and CHASNUPP are the only operating nuclear power plants with combined insatlled capacity of 462 MW.
Chairman Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission Mohammad Naeem said KANUPP was under the International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards and meets all international safety requirements for nuclear power plants.
On the occasion, the premier is also expected to approve the future strategy pertaining to the targeted operation against criminals and terrorists.A day earlier on Wednesday, the director-general of Sindh Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar met Sindh chief minister and discussed with him the law and order situation of the city and related matters.During his day-long visit today, the prime minister will also attend a function at the Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP) where he will inaugurate the construction of 1,100-megawatt K-II nuclear power plant near Paradise Point.The premier is also scheduled to meet members of the Parsi community before he departs from Karachi.
A seven-hour emergency was declared at Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP)
KANUPP 1 at Karachi with net capacity of 100 MW operating on extended life basis.
At present there are two Nuclear Power Plant (NPPs) which produce 380mw of electricity, 80 mw by KANUPP and 300 mw by CHASNUPP-1.
4) PAEC's nuclear power capacity: KANUPP 137 MW, CHASNUPP-1 325 MW.
Installed Capacity: The Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA), Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC), Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP) and Chashma Nuclear Power Plant are the four main public sector organizations involved in power generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in the country.
First of all, the Kanupp Pakistanese nuclear power plant (NPP), shut down at the end of 1998, must be put back into service.
Pakistan started its civilian nuclear power program very early with the construction of a 137MWe nuclear power plant named KANUPP near Karachi, which started operation in 1972.