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Leningrad
There are 7,000 employees at Leningrad power station, which produces 50 percent of the electricity in the St. Petersburg region. Twenty-five percent of the electricity that is produced is exported to Finland. The town Sosnovy Bor, which has 60,000 inhabitants, was built at the same time as the power station. Leningrad power station was the first in the Soviet Union that used a civil RBMK reactor (Chernobyl type) and is the only one in Russia that is privatised.
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Leningrad

There are 7,000 employees at Leningrad power station, which produces 50 percent of the electricity in the St. Petersburg region. Twenty-five percent of the electricity that is produced is exported to Finland. The town Sosnovy Bor, which has 60,000 inhabitants, was built at the same time as the power station. Leningrad power station was the first in the Soviet Union that used a civil RBMK reactor (Chernobyl type) and is the only one in Russia that is privatised.

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Keywords:Leningrad
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Date added:Jun 18, 2004
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