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The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited will soon sign an agreement with AP Genco by the end of this month to pave way for setting up a 2,000 MW capacity nuclear power plant at Pulivendula in Kadapa district soon. While the NPCIL will have fifty one percent stake in the project, AP Genco's share holding will be 49 percent. The Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy announced the same in the presence of Union Power Minister, Jairam Ramesh on Wednesday.

An Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited team that will visited Kadapa recently expressed satisfaction and the balancing reservoir Telugu Ganga project at Brahmamgari Mattam was shown as water source for the project.

The Director (HR) of AP Genco G Vamana Rao made a presentation before the Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy on the project after discussions with NPCIL officials in Mumbai. He said that the project's capacity might go higher if the NPCIL imported the reactors in preference to indigenous ones.

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