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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
Tidal energy: The area for future cooperation between Sevmash and India

Representatives of Sevmash (part of USC) took part in the Russian-Indian Business Forum in New Delhi to exchange best practices in shipbuilding.

08 August 2019
Severnaya Verf Launches Third Fishing Trawler

Severnaya Verf Shipyard (part of USC) has laid down the Project 170701 fishing trawler Captain Ostashkov, which will be built for Karelian Seafood JSC (part of the NOREBO Group). The vessel will be handed over to the customer in 2021.

07 July 2019