Rusatom Overseas, a Rosatom subsidiary, said in an online news article that the plant would be in the range of 50 MW to 75 MW and it could begin commercial operation in 2027. Plants could be combined to give facilities of about 300 MW, depending on what a customer needs, the article said.
“The options are aimed at large industrial consumers such as mining and processing complexes, which need stable generation for several decades,” Rusatom Overseas said.
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