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What does REA stand for?

REA stands for Rosenergoatom (Russian nuclear power station)

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Bulgariaas Kozloduy NPP announced Thursday that it had signed a contract on the extension of the life of unit 5 with a French-Russian consortium consisting of Russian companies Rosenergoatom and Rosatom Service and Franceas Electricite de France (EDF).
Nuclear power generation is 100% controlled by the Ministry of Atomic Energy, through its federal agency RosEnergoAtom which operates the country's NPPs.
During the Cold War, the Russians invested heavily in designing floating reactors that could be moved amongst northern construction projects; ever since, the country's nuclear energy agency, Rosenergoatom, has been itching to find buyers.
But the state nuclear agency Rosenergoatom said there had been no leak of radiation.