List of Russian small nuclear reactors

Russia has the largest number of small nuclear reactors in the world.[1]

Sortable table
Name Power (in MWe) Technology Producer Status[2]
a 0 a a a
EGP-6 11 RBMK IPPE & Teploelektroproekt Design Operating
ELENA* 0.068 PWR Kurchatov Institute Conceptual Design
ABV 3-10 PWR OKBM Afrikantov & IPPE Detailed Design
KLT-20 20 PWR OKBM Afrikantov Conceptual Design
KLT-40 35 PWR OKBM Afrikantov Under Construction
VK-300 250 BWR Kurchatov Institute, IPPE & RDIPE Detailed Design
VKT-12 12 BWR OKB Gidropress Shelved
VVER-300 300 BWR OKB Gidropress Conceptual Design
VBER-300 325 PWR OKBM Afrikantov Licensing Stage
VBER-150 110 PWR OKBM Afrikantov Conceptual Design
VKR-MT 300 BWR VNIIAM & Kurchatov Institute Feasibility Study
BGR-300 130 PWR Kurchatov Institute Feasibility Study
MBUR-12 12 SFR OKBM & IPPE Early Conceptual Design
BN GT-300 300 SFR OKBM, IPPE & SPb AEP Conceptual Design
BMN-170 170 SFR OKBM, IPPE & SPb AEP Conceptual Design
RBEC-M 340 LFR Kurchatov Institute Feasibility Study
RITM-200 50 PWR OKBM Afrikantov Under Construction
GT-MHR 285 HTGR OKBM Afrikantov Conceptual Design Completed
MHR-T 4х205.5 HTGR OKBM Afrikantov Conceptual Design
MHR-100 25 - 87 HTGR OKBM Afrikantov Conceptual Design
SVBR[3][4] 10–100 LFR OKB Gidropress & IPPE Conceptual Design
MARS 6 MSR Kurchatov Institute Conceptual Design
Angstrem 6 LFR OKB Gidropress Conceptual Design
BRUS-150 150 LFR IPPE ???
MTSPNR 2 HTGR RDIPE Conceptual Design
NIKA-70 15 PWR RDIPE Conceptual Design
SAKHA-92 1 PWR OKBM Conceptual Design
RIT 42 PWR OKBM Preliminary Design
BREST-OD-300[5] 300 LFR RDIPE Detailed Design
UNITHERM 6.6 PWR RDIPE Conceptual Design
RUTA-70 70 PWR RDIPE & IPPE Conceptual Design
SHELF 6 PWR RDIPE Conceptual Design
z 9999 z z

'*' Once built, ELENA will be the smallest commercial nuclear reactor ever built.[6][7]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Map of Global SMR Technology Development" (PDF). International Atomic Energy Agency.
  2. ^ This list is based on a September 2014 IAEA Report, although some reactor statuses are from previous IAEA report.
  3. ^ "Coastal co-generating water desalinating facility powered by replaceable SVBR-75/100 Nuclear Reactor" (PDF). OKB Gidropress. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-10-11. Retrieved 2014-10-10.
  4. ^ Tatiana Antysheva (8 July 2011). "SVBR-100: New Generation Power Plants for Small and Medium-Sized Power Applications" (PDF). JSC AKME-Engineering.
  5. ^ A.I. Filin, V.V. Orlov; et al. "Design Features of the Brest Reactors and Experimental Work to Advance the Concept of Brest Reactors" (PDF). State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation.
  6. ^ "Updated Status on Global SMR Development" (PDF). International Atomic Energy Agency. September 2014.
  7. ^ "Advances in Small Modular Reactor Technology Developments" (PDF). International Atomic Energy Agency. September 2014.

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