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The FNPP was designed to make it possible to supply electricity to hard-to-reach areas, regardless of transport infrastructure, landscape, and cost of fuel delivery.
The FNPP was designed to made it possible to supply electricity to hard-to-reach areas of the Russian Federation, regardless of transport infrastructure, landscape, and cost of fuel delivery.
"Building upon three hundreds of reactor-years of safe operation of units powering icebreakers, the FNPP features the most cutting edge safety and security systems and is expected to be one of the safest nuclear installations in the world," Trutnev added.
FNPP Akademik Lomonosov will replace Pevek's aging Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant and Chaunsk coal-fired power plant, saving about 50,000 tons of CO2 emissions per year compared to the current levels.
Plaintiffs sued TEPCO, the owner and operator of the FNPP, in the Southern District of California for negligence and other causes of action.
A collaborative project of the IFCC was started with the aim to prove the principle of calibration of plasma R82A against the MNPT and the corresponding (obtained from the same donors) FNPP with the use of a variety of plain, combined, and recombinant thromboplastins and of endpoint detectors.
Once loading of nuclear fuel in reactors No.1 and No.2 of the FNPP has been completed, the next key stage would be their first criticality after the corresponding permit is received from the Russian regulator, Rostechnadzor.
The FNPP began in 1989 as a partnership between the University of Victoria's School of Child and Youth Care and the Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) in Saskatchewan.
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