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Russian floating nuclear power station tests


24.04.2019

Photo: Akademic Lomonosov floating nuclear power station /wikipedia.org

Very first in the world Akademic Lomonosov floating nuclear power station tests called success. Both installations rof eactor plant, main and supplemental were broght to a full capacity, RIA Novosti reports.

Rosenergoatom informed that the floating nuclear power station and authomatic system work withought fallouts. According to the head of the company, the successful tests were the result of «great achievement of a big quantity of specialists.»

The state committee regulation to be signed based on the results of the floating nuclear power station functioning. The operation license to be issued at the middle district heating and of summer. Coastal and hydrotechnical facilities for the floating thermal power plant and other electrical energy networks are planned to built in the closest future.

After opening the floating nuclear power station to be transferred to an Arctic port town of Pevek. The first electricity to be distributed by the end of 2019.

Akademik Lomonosov is a leading project of the series of floating nuclear co-generation plants owned by ROSATOM. It is an autonomous power facility, manufactured as non-self-propelled vessel adjasted for High North and Far East.

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