One of the main branches of KIEP.

We provide a wide range of services in project development and subsequent implementation.

Industrial Complex “Vector” for Radioactive Waste Management

Industrial Complex “Vector” is a national enterprise that provides for storage and disposal of radioactive waste (RAW) supplied by all Ukrainian enterprises generating radioactive waste.

Solid Radioactive Waste Processing Facilities at Rivne NPP and Khmelnitsky NPP

KIEP designed the solid radioactive waste processing facilities (SWPF) at Rivne and Khmelnitsky nuclear power plants.

Central storage facility for spent nuclear fuel (CSFSF)

The CSFSF is a modern storage facility for spent nuclear fuel, which employs the dry storage technology.

General Development Plan of Netishyn - the City of Nuclear Energy Workers

One of KIEP’s largest projects in the field of civil engineering is the development of a general plan for Netishyn, a city of regional significance with a population of more than 35,000.

Trypilska Thermal Power Plant, Ukraine

Despite the four functioning NPPs in Ukraine, thermal power plants still account for a considerable part of the gross amount of energy generated and consumed in the country.

Rivne Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine

Rivne nuclear power plant is the biggest electricity generating facility of the western region of Ukraine.

Khmelnitsky Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine

Working on the project of Khmelnitsky NPP, KIEP took on the role of a general designer. The construction activities started in 1979. Eight years later, in 1987, the first nuclear power unit was placed in operation.

Storage Facility for Spent Nuclear Fuel (ISF-2) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

Nuclear power plant operation inevitably entails the problem of processing and safekeeping of spent fuel. And KIEP is actively engaged in work intended to solve this problem. The Ukrainian projects ISF-1 and ISF-2 (interim storage facility) have been implemented with the institute’s direct participation.

Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine

The construction of Chernobyl NPP was launched in 1970 on a site located 90 km to the north of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The last approved version of the project included 4 nuclear power units with the capacity of 1000 MW each.