In addition, the more difficult aspect is purifying the uranium and/or getting enough fissile material.
The area of concern gets to 40C during the summer time, and with air conditioners running at full blast, its eats up a lot of power.
My bigger worry is that despite everything, a lot of the planning and monies dedicated for this project will get eaten through the pipeline.
The only power capacity India has really added in the past few years to the grid,except for individual gen-sets, is wind power. India has not been able to really add large power plants due to one faction, protest, or corruption...
"Dump the condiments. If we are to be eaten, we don't need to taste good." -- "Visionaries" cartoon