The world's first nuclear power plant connects to grid in USSR

The world's first nuclear power plant connects to grid in USSR

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Obninsk Nuclear Power Plant was built in the "Science City" of Obninsk, Kaluga Oblast, about 110 km southwest of Moscow. It was the first grid-connected nuclear power plant in the world, i.e. the first nuclear reactor that produced commercial electricity, albeit at small scale.

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