Power unit No. 2 of Novovoronezh NPP-2 started commercial
operation ahead of schedule.
The floating nuclear power plant in Pevek (Chukotka Autonomous
District) was connected to the isolated power system
of the Chaun-Bilibino energy hub and will now provide
power supply to the region.
Electricity output at 36 power units of 10 operating NPPs
totalled 208.8 billion kWh, reaching a new all-time high in
the history of Russian nuclear power generation. The share of
NPPs in Russia’s energy mix totalled 19%.
Industrial production of MOX fuel for fast neutron reactors
was set up for the first time in Russia, and the first batch of this
fuel was loaded into the core of the BN-800 reactor at Beloyarsk
7 intergovernmental agreements and 23 major interdepartmental
agreements were concluded.
The Company signed general contracts for the construction
of power units No. 7 and 8 of Tianwan NPP and power
units No. 3 and 4 of Xudabao NPP in China.
The Company launched a large-scale project to create a
Russian-designed 100-qubit quantum computer.
By the end of the year, five digital products came on the
market: modules forming part of the Logos software suite (Logos
Aero-Hydro and Logos Thermo), the Volna (‘Wave’) programming
and computing system, the Kalininsky Data Centre
and the Technical Documentation E-Shop.
A new version of the Innovative Development and Technological
Modernization Programme was prepared; it includes
national projects, prioritized projects promoting scientific and
technological development in the nuclear industry, and innovative
digital transformation projects.
The Company started pilot operation of the first Russian-
made multi-powder 3D printer with two laser sources.
The team of the Russian nuclear industry won the
WorldSkills Hi-Tech National Competition for the fifth time.
No events rated at level 1 or higher on the international
INES scale were detected at nuclear facilities (level 0 deviations
do not pose a risk to employees operating the facilities, local
residents or the environment).
In March 2020, the Adygea Wind Power Plant started to
supply electricity to the Russian wholesale market. This is the
Company’s first wind farm, which comprises 60 wind turbines
with a total installed capacity of 150 MW.