Main Participants

Rosatom State Corporation


Rosatom State Corporation incorporates more than 270 enterprises and scientific organizations including all civilian companies of the Russian atomic industry, enterprises of nuclear arms complex and the only nuclear-powered ice-breaker fleet in the world. Rosatom has a leading position on the global market of nuclear technologies, it is ranked 1st in the world in terms of number of NPP being simultaneously built abroad, it ranks 2nd in the world in uranium reserves, and it ranks 5th in the world in terms of production, and 4th in the world on nuclear power generation. Rosatom secures 40% of the world service market on uranium enrichment and 17% of the nuclear fuel market.




The general customer and investor of the project is AKKUYU NUCLEAR JSC (AKKUYU NÜKLEER ANONİM ŞİRKETİ, a company specially created to manage the project).


Atomenergoproekt JSC


The general designer of the NPP is Atomenergoproekt JSC (part of the engineering division of the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom).

Atomenergoproekt JSC is an engineering company and general designer of nuclear power plants. It carries out a full range of design and survey work to build and modernize NPPs including development of project and detailed design documents, designer's supervision over the construction of NPP and technical support for its operation. It organizes construction and installation work, delivery of equipment and materials, precommissioning (start-up and adjustment) and commissioning of nuclear power plants. The company’s activities are carried out in strict compliance with the requirements of Russian and international quality standards. It is the general designer of Novovoronezh NPP-2 (NPP 2006) - a reference station (analogue) of AKKUYU NPP.


Atomstroyexport JSC

The general contractor for the construction is Atomstroyexport JSC (part of the engineering division of the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom).

Leading foreign economic engineering company of Rosatom State Corporation for construction and modernization of nuclear energy facilities abroad. The company relies on fifty years of expertise of Russian nuclear power industry experts who have participated in building of about 30 NPP power units in Eastern Europe and Finland. It owns reference power units with new-generation VVER/PWR reactors (Tianwan NPP in China). It is conducting operations in Iran, India, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Turkey, Czech Republic. It plans to build new nuclear power units in China, India, Belarus, Vietnam, Armenia, Czech Republic, and Jordan, participate in the 2nd phase construction of Khmelnytskyi NPP in Ukraine and other projects.



Rosenergoatom JSC


The technical customer is Rosenergoatom JSC (part of the Electric Power Division of Rosatom State Corporation).

Russian concern specializing in production of electricity at nuclear power plants. Currently, the Concern includes 10 operating nuclear power plants in Russia. It is operating 32 power units. As the operator, Rosenergoatom is solely responsible for ensuring nuclear and radiation safety at all stages of the NPP life cycle.



National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”


Scientific supervisor of the project is National Research Centre "Kurchatov Institute".

National Scientific Center “Kurchatov Institute” is one of the world’s leading scientific centers. It is the first national research laboratory that includes four institutions: Kurchatov Institute, Institute of High Energy Physics, Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, St. Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute. The Center is engaged in the development of the latest technologies in the priority areas of the global nuclear industry.


WorleyParsons Energy Services Ltd.  


Licensing and Security Consultant - WorleyParsons Energy Services Ltd.

The shareholders of WorleyParsons Energy Services Ltd. are Intel Energo Services Ltd. (Malta) with 51%, and WorleyParsons EA Holding Pty Limited (Australia) with 49%. The main goal is to introduce high technologies in the electric power industry. It implements projects in the field of traditional electric power industry with a gradual transition from control functions and conceptual studies to a full cycle of design and construction management; in addition, it fields projects using renewable energy sources.



Rusatom Energy International JSC



Project developer and a majority shareholder of AKKUYU NUCLEAR JSC –Rusatom Energy International JSC (REIN JSC).

Rusatom Energy International Joint-Stock Company (REIN JSC) is a subsidiary of the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom, which was established in 2011 with the goal of promoting Russian nuclear technologies on the world market. Since May 2015, Rusatom Energy International JSC (REIN JSC) has been specializing in the management of foreign projects on construction and operation of nuclear power plants on the terms of joining the pool of shareholders of design companies.



Experimental and Design Organization "Gidropress" (OKB GIDROPRESS)

Reactor plant General Designer – OKB Gidropress JSC.

The company performs a complex package of design, calculation, theoretical, experimental research and production work on creating reactor plants for NPPs of various applications, which feature increased safety, reliability and efficiency, able to meet competition in the Russian Federation and abroad.




Contractor for the construction of part of the Akkuyu NPP facilities, including associated engineering and equipment supplies.

The shareholders of the joint venture are TITAN-2 Concern JSC, a member of the Rosatom State Corporation, a Russian holding company that has been specializing in the construction of Russian and international nuclear facilities for 25 years, and IC Ictas Insaat Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S, a Turkish construction company with extensive background in infrastructure projects development. Performance of work by the joint Russian-Turkish venture allows a comprehensive approach to the solution of design tasks, including in terms of design, engineering, equipment supply, quality control and work safety, ensuring the completion of the construction of the future nuclear power plant facilities in a timely manner.




The bulk of procurement of equipment and high-tech products for the implementation of the project falls on Russian enterprises. The project also provides for the maximum participation of Turkish companies in construction and installation work, as well as companies from other countries.