Kalinin Nuclear Power Plant
The Kalinin Nuclear Power Station (Russian: Калининская АЭС [ pronunciation ]) is located about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north west of Moscow, in Tver Oblast near the town of Udomlya...
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Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant
The Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Station (Ukrainian: Запорізька АЕС) in Enerhodar, Ukraine, is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe and the fifth largest in the world.
The plant is located in...
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Kuchurgan power station
Kuchurgan power station (Romanian: Termocentrala de la Cuciurgan, Russian: Молдавская ГРЭС, Moldavskaya GRES) is the largest power station of Moldova, located in Dnestrovsc, Transnistria, on t...
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Kashira Power Plant
Kashira Power Plant is a coal-fired power plant at Kashira in Moscow Oblast, Russia. Its first unit was commissioned in 1922 with a power capacity of 110 MW. As of today, it has an installed powe...
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Kaniv Hydroelectric Power Plant
Kaniv Hydroelectric Power Plant is a hydroelectricity generating complex on the Dnieper River in Kaniv, Ukraine. It is operated by the Ukrhydroenego that is part of the state company Energy Company of...
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Novovoronezh Nuclear Power Plant
The Novovoronezh nuclear power station (Russian: Нововоронежская АЭС [ pronunciation ]) is a nuclear power station close to Novovoronezh in Voronezh Oblast, central Russia. The site was...
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Avtovo CHP-15
Avtovo CHP-15 provides electric and thermal energy to the Admiralteisky, Moskovsky, Kirovsky and Krasnoselsky Districts of St. Petersburg.The director of station is Alexander Sidorov.
It began ope...
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Surgut-1 Power Station
The Surgut-1 Power Station (Russian: Сургутская ГРЭС-1) is the third largest oil-fired power station in the world, at an installed capacity of 3,268 MW. The power station is located in Surgut, Rus...
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Ryazan Power Station
The Ryazan Power Station (also called Novomichurinsk Power Station) is the fifth largest oil-fired power station in the world, also the fifth largest power station in Russia, with an installed capacit...
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Pļaviņas Hydroelectric Power Station
The Pļaviņas Hydro Power Plant is the biggest power plant in Latvia and one of the biggest hydroelectric power plants in the European Union. It is located in Aizkraukle on the river Daugava. It has t...
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Kurpsai Dam
The Kurpsai Dam is a gravity dam on the Naryn River in Kyrgyzstan. It is 113 m (371 ft) tall and it creates a 370,000,000 m (299,964 acre·ft) reservoir of which 35,000,000 m ...
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Sibirskaya Nuclear Power Plant
The Siberian Nuclear Power Plant (Sibirskaya Nuclear Power Plant) was built in the city of Seversk (then known as Tomsk-7), Tomsk Oblast. It was the second nuclear power plant in the USSR and the firs...
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Kiev Hydroelectric Power Plant
Kiev Hydroelectric Station is a run-of-river power plant on the Dnieper River in Vyshhorod, Ukraine. The 288 m (945 ft) long dam creates the Kiev Reservoir with the purpose of hydroelectric ...
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Nazarovo power station
Nazarovo power station (Russian: Назаровская ГРЭС, Nazarovskaya GRES) is a coal-fired power plant with an electrical power output of 1,210 MW near to town of Nazarovo in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Rus...
F-1 (nuclear reactor)
The F-1 is a research reactor operated by the Kurchatov Institute in Moscow, Russia. When started on December 25, 1946, it became the first nuclear reactor in Europe to achieve a self-sustaining nucl...
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Ekibastuz GRES-2 Power Station
The GRES-2 Power Station (or Power Station Ekibastuz) is a coal-fueled power generating station in Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan. GRES-2, built in 1987, has installed capacity of 1,000 MWe and has the world'...
Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant
Nuclear power station Smolensk (Russian: Смоленская АЭС [ pronunciation ]) is a nuclear power station in Russia. It is located in the Smolensk region, in Desnogorsk province, approximate...
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Kirishi Power Station
Kirishi Power Station (Kirishskya GRES) is a thermal power station (GRES) at the town of Kirishi, Kirishsky District, Leningrad Oblast, Russia. The power plant is located adjacent to a larger Kirishi ...
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Southern Kuzbass GRES
OJSC Southern Kuzbass GRES is a thermal power plant (GRES) in Kaltan, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia.As of January 1, 2007 total electric power 554 MW, heating — 560 Gcal/h.Currently is a part of Mechel.GRES...
Shatura Power Station
The Shatura Power Station (also called Shaturskaya GRES or GRES-5 locally) is one of the oldest power stations in Russia. The facility is located in Shatura, Moscow Oblast, and generates power by util...
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Uch-Kurgansk Hydroelectric Power Station
The Uch-Kurgansk Hydro Power Plant is an active hydro power project on the Naryn River in Uch-Kurgansk, Kyrgyzstan. It has 4 individual turbines with a nominal output of around 45 MW which will delive...
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Syrdarya Power Plant
Syrdarya Power Plant is a natural gas-fired power plant located in Shirin, Uzbekistan. Its ten units were commissioned in 1972–1981. The installed capacity of the power plant is 3,000 MW.Modern...
Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Station
The Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Station (NPS) (Russian: Белоярская атомная электростанция им. И. В. Курчатова [ pronunciation ]), was the second of the then Soviet Union's nuclear plants. It...
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Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant
Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant (Russian: Ленинградская атомная электростанция; Ленинградская АЭС ( pronunciation )) is a nuclear power plant located in the town of Sosnovy Bor in Russia's...
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Konakovo Power Station
Konakovo Power Station (Konakovskaya GRES) is a GRES (a type of thermal power plant) with a generating capacity of 2520 Megawatt in the town of Konakovo, Tver Oblast, Russia. It was built in 1965 and ...
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