In 2017 Russia’s NPPs set an absolute record of electricity production: 202.868 billion kWh
17 January 2018 | The Information and Public Relations Department of Rosenergoatom

In 2017 Russia NPPs’ (part of the Power Division of ROSATOM) set another record in electricity generation.

Russian NPPs exceeded the record of 2016 in the volume of generated electricity by increasing cumulative production by more than 6.5 billion kWh, up to 202.868 billion kWh (against 196.366 billion kWh in 2016).
The FAS balance of 2017 was exceeded by 3 billion kWh (at the target indicator of 199.84 billion kWh).

Kalinin, Balakovo (about 32 billion kWh each) and Leningrad (26.7 billion kWh) nuclear power plants were the largest producers among Russian NPPs.

Thus, Russian NPPs set the absolute record over the entire history of the Russian nuclear power getting closer to the absolute production record reached only during the Soviet Union times in 1989 (212.58 billion kWh, considering plants in Ukraine, Lithuania and Armenia).

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Concern Rosenergoatom JSC is a leading enterprise of the Power Division of ROSATOM. The Concern is the largest generator in Russia and the 2nd in the world in nuclear generation capacities. It incorporates all 10 nuclear power plants of Russia which have the branch rights as well as companies which support activities of the generator. In total, Russian NPPs operate 35 units with the total installed capacity of 27.9 GW.


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