at 10 Russian
nuclear power plants
(37 power units)
The NPP capacity factor
amounted to 79.9%.
Nuclear power generation
accounted for 18.7%
of the total electricity
output in Russia.
The Russian nuclear power industry
has almost matched the all-time high
reached by Soviet NPPs in 1989:
back then, 54 power units at 16 Soviet NPPs
generated 212.6 billion kWh.
The growth of electricity output was driven,
among other things,
by the commissioning of
powerful new power units at Rostov
NPP and Leningrad NPP-2.
Key Results in 2018
Construction of New Power Units in Russia
The Akademik Lomonosov
International Partnership: New Growth Points
New Products for the Russian and Foreign Markets
Research and Innovations
Partnership and Development in the Arctic
Changes in Key Social and Economic Indicators
Strengthening the Reputation of the Best Employer and Adopter of the Best HR Practices
Development of Nuclear Towns and Cities