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A floating nuclear power plant in Pevek will be launched in the next six months

A floating nuclear power plant in Pevek will be launched in the next six months
Photo: chukotka.rf

They want to connect the Akademik Lomonosov floating nuclear power plant to Pevek’s water and heat supply networks within six months. This was during a meeting on this issue, said the governor of Chukotka, Roman Kopin.

According to the press service of the district government, last year the engineers carried out the design and construction of the connection point of the FNPP to the city networks. The facility is already 99% ready. In summer and autumn, work will be done on laying engineering networks and installing individual heat supply points in homes.

Now the floating power station provides 1/5 of the energy center’s needs, but in the future it will completely cover the electricity needs of Chukotka. It should become one of the most important elements of the infrastructure of the Northern Sea Route.

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