Rostov Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2, Volgodonsk, Rostov Oblast, Russia

November 2011
Power;Nov2011, Vol. 155 Issue 11, p33
Trade Publication
The article presents information on Rostov Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2, which is located in Volgodonsk, Rostov Oblast, Russia. The nuclear unit is owned and operated by Rosenergoatom. The Unit 2 is a 990-MW, V-320 reactor. It is informed that there are 11 nuclear plants are under construction in Russia and another 30 plants are in the planning process.


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