The company said the “technical documentation e-shop”, which had been running as a pilot project, will give operators worldwide access to the documentation on a PC, laptop or smartphone.
Rosenergoatom said e-shop customers will not need to produce their own regulatory documents, leading to significant cost and manpower savings. The service will streamline the process of obtaining licences and other permits from the authorities. It will improve the safe operation of plants at all stages of their life cycle and cut costs and timelines for construction.
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