Russia Plans Floating Nuclear Plants: How They Will Work

First off, getting to finally use Kamchatka in a real-live sentence brought me back to all my former Risk-playing days. Oh, the importance of that link to Alaska (even though my strategy usually revolved around South America or Africa). Either way, Kamchatka will play host to Russia’s first floating nuclear power plant in 2016. I took a look for Popular Mechanics to see how that will work. Check it out here.

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