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The nuclear station in Chukotka can enter into force in 2019 g

The project to launch the nuclear power plant "Akademik Lomonosov" is scheduled to be completed by the year of 2019

The nuclear station in Chukotka can enter into force in 2019 g
Completion of the project of commissioning of floating plans to complete the nuclear thermal power plant (APPP) "Academician Lomonosov" in Chukotka is planned for the end of 2018 year, the press service of the regional government reports with reference to the governor of the district Roman Kopin.
The head of the autonomy and Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin assessed the construction of the station at the Baltic plant in St. Petersburg.

“The ship is expected to be launched in autumn 2016 of the year, after which a list of technical and operational checks and tests is planned. In general, the project will be completed at the end of 2018, when the station will be able to fully supply heat and electricity to the entire Chaun-Bilibinsky energy center, which includes both settlements and large industrial facilities, ”the press service quoted R. Kopin.

A unique design, which has no analogues in Russia, will be deployed in the city of Pevek, Chaunsky district of Chukotka. It will replace the capacity of Bilibino NPP and Chaunskaya CHPP, which are retiring at 2019, Interfax reports.

The vessel “Akademik Lomonosov” will be equipped with two KLT-40С reactor installations with a design electrical capacity of up to 70 megawatts. The FNPP consists of a floating power unit, onshore facilities for the transmission of electrical and heat energy to external networks and hydraulic structures, the construction of which began this year in Pevek.

According to R. Kopin, as a result of the implementation of the projects, the reliability and efficiency of Chukotka energy system and ensuring tariffs for electric and thermal energy for consumers at an acceptable level are expected to increase.

According to the press service, the construction and installation of the station are part of a bilateral agreement on cooperation in the development of electric power industry in the region, signed by Governor Roman Kopin and Rosatom CEO Sergei Kiriyenko during the first Eastern Economic Forum held in Beginning of September in Vladivostok.