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Three tugs are towing the unit on its 4,700-kilometer (2,900-mile) trip east to Chukotka, where it will dock at Pevek and generate power for the remote region that's closer to Alaska than Europe.
When it arrives in Pevek, a town of 5,000 in the Siberian region of Chukotka, it will replace a local nuclear plant and a closed coal plant.
Barring any hitches, the Akademik Lamonosov will provide 70 megawatts to the small, isolated but mineral rich Arctic port town of Pevek, in Chukotka Autonomous Region of the Russian Federation.
The Lomonosov-which is cued to be the northernmost nuclear installation in the world-was bound for the arctic town of Pevek in the administrative region of Chukotka, where it will replace an old nuclear power plant as well as a coal-fired power plant that provide electricity to at least 50,000 people in the area.
Once loaded with fuel Lomonosov will be towed to the town of Pevek in Chukotka (Russian Far East) next year (in 2019), Here, upon connection to the grid, it will become the world's so far only operational floating nuclear power plant and the northernmost nuclear installation in the world.
Once loaded with fuel Lomonosov will be towed to the town of Pevek in Chukotka(Russian Far East) where, upon connection to the grid, it will become the world's so far only operational floating nuclear power plant and the northernmost nuclear installation in the world.
The powership is the world's first and only nuclear floating power unit (FPU) and is scheduled to be deployed in Pevek, Chukotka, in Russia's far east.
Rosatom, a global leader in providing integrated clean energy solutions across the nuclear supply chain, is set to deploy Akademik Lomonosov, the world's only nuclear floating power unit (FPU), at a major nuclear facility in Pevek, Chukotka (in Russia's Far East).
Krylov State Research Centre says on its portal that one of the tasks for such vessel could be to transport the spent nuclear fuel from Bilibino nuclear heat power plant in Pevek on the Chukotka Peninsula.
They are: Alykel, Besovets, Khatanga, Kogalym, Kotelny Island, Mirny, Severomorsk (Murmansk), Olenya (Olenegorsk), Raduzhny, Salekhard, Surgut, Syktyvkar, Tiksi, Dresba airbase at Pevek, Petrozavodsk, Ugolny and Yakutsk.