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The Akkuyu nuclear power plant (Akkuyu NPP) will be built in Turkey, at Mersin Province on the Mediterranean coast. An agreement on this was signed between the governments of Russia and Turkey in Ankara on May 12, 2010. The NPP will have four power units of 1200 MW each. After construction, Akkuyu NPP is expected to produce about 35 billion kilowatt-hours per year. Akkuyu NPP is a serial project of the NPP-2006 nuclear power plant based on Novovoronezh NPP-2 (Russia, Voronezh Oblast). The life cycle of Akkuyu NPP is 60 years.
On this site, you will find complete information about implementation of the Akkuyu NPP project in the Republic of Turkey.
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