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Floating power unit - a nuclear - powered berth-connected vessel project 20870

Reliable and cost-effective electricity and heat supply to consumers in the long run, establishing a power base for the sustainable development of industry and improvement of living standards.

Vessel class

КМ ✪[2] А2 "Berth-connected ship"


Length 144.2 m
Beam 30 m
Depth 10 m
Displacement 21560 t
Environmental stability
Earthquake (MSK-64 scale) 9 points

Nuclear power plant

Two KTL-40-type reactor units with a thermal capacity 150 MW each
Mean time to mid-life repair and complete core refueling (4 three-year cecles, spent fuel is stored on board the FPU) 12 years
Installed capacity
Electric 70 / 38 MW
Thermal 50 / 146,8 Gcal/h
Baltic Fleet Completes Inclining Test of the Academic Lomonosov FNPP

The Baltic Shipyard has completed the inclining test conducted as part of the mooring tests of the Academic Lomonosov world’s first floating nuclear power plant (FNPP).

02 February 2018
Kronstadt Marine Plant Turns 160 Years Old

The Kronstadt Marine Plant (part of the USC) marks its 160<sup>th</sup> anniversary on March 4, 2018.  Throughout its operation, the plant has repaired more than 10,000 ships and vessels, many of which contributed to the heroic history of the Russian Navy.

03 March 2018