2 Unfinished Nuclear Power Plant In Ukraine

Unfinished Nuclear Power Plant In Ukraine

Posted on September 22, 2013 by team

This unfinished NPP is situated in the Crimea, Ukraine, not far from the city called Kerch. It could play an important role in the life of all the region and become a cheap source of energy for future productions which would appear on the peninsular. Unfortunately today it’s not more than a poor source of metal and mainly for foreign manufacturers.

By the way the construction was actually finished and even the reactor of the NPP was already put into operation, they were about to mount different heavy equipment. The plant had to start functioning in 1989 but the catastrophe at the Chernobyl NPP had really bad consequences – not even for atomic energetics but for the economy of the country. Since 1995 the story of the NPP has not been so optimistic.

“The object is guarded. Private property”.


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2 Responses to “Unfinished Nuclear Power Plant In Ukraine”

  1. KT315 says:

    The station was built near a tectonic fault. Construction was canceled by public protests.
    Yes, in the 90s peninsula noticeably lacking this station. Almost every day, cut off electricity.
    But Fukushima would not have been better.

  2. tektonic says:

    in USSR, you make a complaint = go to gulag

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