Leningrad nuclear uranium power plant

Leningradskaya NPP is the only plant in Russia where two different types of PowerPoint units operate together. Channel uranium-graphite RBMK-1000 and water-cooled VVER-1200 run side by side. In addition, a new innovative power unit 3+ with a VVER-1200 reactor runs commercial energy production operation from October 29, 2018. It replaced the RBMK-1000 power unit No. 1 shut down on December 21, 2018. Today we are building a VVER-1200 power unit No. 2.

The Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant is located in the city of Sosnovy Bor in the Leningrad Region of Russia, on the coast of the Gulf of Finland, about 70 kilometers west of the center of St. Petersburg. As of 2021, the plant has four nuclear reactors of the RBMK-1000 type, of which the first and second power units have been shut down.

LENINGRAD NUCLEAR POWER PLANT 

Leningradskaya NPP is the only plant in Russia. Two different types of PowerPoint units operate together. Channel uranium-graphite RBMK-1000 and water-cooled VVER-1200 run side by side. In addition, a new innovative power unit 3+ with a VVER-1200 reactor was put into commercial operation on October 29, 2018. It replaced the RBMK-1000 power unit No. 1, shut down on December 21, 2018. Today we are building a VVER-1200 power unit No. 2.

LENINGRAD NUCLEAR POWER PLANT TODAY 

On October 23, 2020, the communications department of the Rosenergoatom state corporation reported that Leningrad NPP launched unit 6. Therefore, the first connection to the grid of power unit 6 with a VVER-1200 reactor occurred in the morning. The power unit reached a capacity of 240 MW—unique footage featuring the Leningrad nuclear power plant accident.

10 bit uncompressed footage from Betacam SP tape. It originates in PAL resiolution 720 × 576.

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