The License enables to proceed to construction of all facilities of reactor and turbine islands. Prior to obtaining the License and pursuant to limited construction work authorization dated 30 June 2021, the preparatory period works were in progress at the construction site of the power unit 4, i. e. engineering surveys and pit installation. Installation of the concrete bedding of the foundation slabs of reactor and turbine buildings is planned to be commenced before the end of the current year, and afterwards — foundation reinforcement.

At present, Akkuyu NPP construction site is one of the largest nuclear construction projects in the world. Russian-Turkish Joint Venture TİTAN2 IC İÇTAŞ İNŞAAT ANONİM ŞİRKETİ (T2IC) established by the Turkish company İçtaş and TITAN-2 Holding acts as the Main Contractor of the Project.

Every day more than 13 thousand people work at NPP construction site, more than 1000 pieces of construction machinery and motor vehicles (including more than 70 construction cranes) are being used there. All the operations at the site are being performed in close coordination and under thorough supervision of the Turkish governmental authorities and independent inspection organisations.

Later on, the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NDK) will review the applications for obtaining the licenses for pre-commissioning works, fuel charging, commissioning and for certification of personnel for each of four NPP power units under construction.

Source: JSC Akkuyu Nuclear


The TITAN-2 Holding represents a group of Russian companies constructing the nuclear power facilities. Organisations of the Holding perform the whole cycle of works, from development of basic design documentation to facility commissioning.

The TITAN-2 Holding acts as the General Contractor responsible for construction of the new power units of the Leningrad NPP. At the construction site, the organisations of the Holding perform all civil construction, installation, and electric installation works.

The Holding is the Main Contractor at the construction of the Hanhikivi-1 NPP in Finland and of the Akkuyu NPP in Turkey as part of the Russian-Turkish Joint Venture T2IC.