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Russia's nuclear power plants cut electricity generation by 3.8 percent last year
Russia's nuclear power plants cut electricity generation by 3.8 percent last year, said the chief engineers of Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian nuclear power plants at a conference that began Tuesday. "In 2004 Russia's nuclear power stations generated 142.9 billion kilowatts per hour of electricity, or 96.2 percent of the corresponding period last year," Rosenergoatom said in a press release. "Simultaneously, last year's performance merits a positive assessment. In 2004, upon modernization, 300 megawatt-limitations were lifted for Unit Two of the Kursk Nuclear Power Station, service life extended for 15 years for Unit Two of the Kola Nuclear Power Station, modernization completed and service life extended for Unit One of the Leningrad Nuclear Power Station [and] Unit Three of the Kalinin Nuclear Power Station was put into service," Rosenergoatom reported. "Already this year, return from these attainments will mean an increasing utilization rate of the installed capacity and, of course, an increasing commercial output," the press release stated.
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