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Main turbine of Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant - Egypt Today/Mohamed Ahmed Tantawy CAIRO - 18 August 2019: Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant to be constructed by Rosatom in Egypt is planned to be similar to Russia's Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant having an installed capacity of 4,200 MWe and supplying 50 percent of the energy consumed in Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Region.
A second possibility is the city of Sosnovy Bor, near St Petersburg and home to the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant. But the approval process there has been dragged on for years, Medyantsev noted.
Mr Amano visited the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant, where he was introduced to the operation of the revamped power units and inspected the new launch-ready Generation 3+ VVER-1200 unit of the NPP.
"Potentially Devastating Swelling and Cracks Discovered at Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant Reactor No 1, While Spokesman Denies Problems." Bellona Foundation, October 2, www .bellona.org.
Contracts include a multi-million dollar deal to perform a major upgrade to the Unit 3 simulator for the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant in Russia.
According to AP, the RIA-Novosti news agency cited the state nuclear agency Rosenergoatom as saying the explosion ripped through a smelter at the Leningrad nuclear power plant. The plant's second unit, where the smelter was located, was shut down, it said.
Two other possible sites have been floated for repositories to deal with Northwest Russia's nuclear waste, Sosnovy Bor, home to the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant near St Petersburg, and the Murmansk Region, where the Kola Nuclear Power Plant and Russia's nuclear icebreaker port Atomflot are located.
The accident at the Ekomet-S smelter, operating on the premises of the Leningrad nuclear power plant 1 km away from the main building is in no way connected with the reactors' operation, Rosatom was quoted as saying.
Duma Deputy and former member of the Leningrad Regional Legislative Assembly, Nikolai Kuzmin, who has been engaged with the repository issue for a number of years, told RBK that because the decommissioning of the original Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant (LNPP -1) is scheduled to start in 2018, RosRAO - a subsidiary of Rosatom - should start finding temporary space for the coming wave of radioactive waste.
The Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant began operations in 1973 and consists of four nuclear reactors of the RBMK-1000 type.
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