Argentina's national atomic energy commission CNEA, dependent on the country's ministry of energy and mines, is in charge of nuclear energy research and development. CNEA owns and operates three nuclear power plants: 335MW Atucha I, completed in 1974 in Buenos Aires province; 648MW Embalse, completed in 1984 in Córdoba province; and 745MW Atucha II, completed in 2014, adjacent to Atucha I. CNEA plans to build a fourth nuclear plant, Atucha III, in the same location. In addition, CNEA operates four R&D reactors: RA-O at the National University of Cordoba, RA-1 at the Centro Atómico Constituyentes in Buenos Aires city, RA-3 in the Centro Atómico Ezeiza in Buenos Aires province; and RA-4 at the National University of Rosario. Technology developed in Argentina has been exported to Australia, Argelia, Egypt and Peru. CNEA is also developing the CAREM 25 project in Buenos Aires province, comprising a small modular reactor with capacity of 25MW wholly designed and constructed in Argentina. Headquertered in Buenos Aires, CNEA was established in 1950.