Rosatom considers the possibility of floating nuclear power plants for Gazprom’s Arctic projects
MOSCOW, March 27 – RIA Novosti. Maxim Kulinko, deputy head of the state agency’s Northern Sea Route Directorate, said that it would be more profitable for Gazprom to supply its promising projects in the Arctic from floating nuclear units with electricity, and Rosatom is exploring such opportunities. Interview with RIA Novosti.
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According to him, major investors working in the Arctic “definitely have an interest in floating nuclear power plants.”
According to Kulinko, “the relevant study is being conducted by Rosatom.” However, I am not authorized to reveal the details yet.”
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