The world’s first “floating”nuclear power plant is in construction. A FNPP is basically a mobile, low-capacity reactor unit operable in remote areas isolated from the main power distribution system, or in places hard to access by land.
FNPPs are designed to maintain both uninterruptible power and plentiful desalinated water supply in remote areas; the first floating NPP is to operate in Russia’s extreme northeastern region of Chukotka, where there is plenty of oil and gas exploration, gold mining and other mineral resource enterprises.
After the test the FNPP will be transported by Russia’s Northern Sea route to the operation site, where it will be integrated into the coastal network being constructed  in the port of the city of Pevek.

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