Russia Clears Leningrad 2-1 For Commercial Operation

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Russia Clears Leningrad 2-1 For Commercial Operation

Nuclear regulator Rostechnadzor has given permission for commercial operation of the Leningrad 2-1 nuclear power unit in Sosnovy Bor in northwest Russia, state-owned nuclear operator Rosenergoatom said.

Rosenergoatom said a final set of documents clearing the way for commercial operation had been signed by regulatory officials.

Rosenergoatom did not give a date for the actual start of commercial operation.

Leningrad 2-1 is a VVER-1200/491 nuclear unit with an electrical design net power capacity of 1,085 MW and a gross capacity of 1,199 MW.

Construction of the unit began in October 2008 and it was connected to the national grid and produced electricity for the first time on 9 March 2018.

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Last Updated on January 14, 2019