In the course of his business trip to Sosnovy Bor, Alexey Likhachev visited the new power unit of the Leningrad NPP, accepted a report on commissioning the power unit into commercial operation, and presented national awards to employees of the companies that were participating in the construction.

The meeting was attended by Alexander Drozdenko, Governor of Leningrad Oblast, Andrei Petrov, Director General of JSC Concern Rosenergoatom, Vladimir Pereguda, Director of the Leningrad NPP, Grigory Naginskiy, Director General of JSC CONCERN TITAN-2, and other officials.

The following representatives of JSC CONCERN TITAN-2 were awarded: Yevgeny Buntov, Head of the Group for Work Execution Plans of the Process Division; Anatoly Panchenko, Head of the Design and Technical Department; Valery Surguchev, Head of the Process and Tooling Group of the Process Division; Andrey Trubin, Program Director for the LNPP power units under construction; Andrey Lazarev, Project Manager of the Directorate for Construction of Power Output Scheme Facilities; Vladimir Shamarin, Chief Specialist of the Directorate for Construction of Cabling, Electrical Equipment, and Reliable Power Supply Facilities; and Nikolay Suchkov, Chief Specialist of the Directorate for Construction of Power Output Scheme Facilities.

By the time of commissioning into commercial operation, the new VVER-1200 reactor had generated almost two billion kilowatt-hours of power. The Leningrad NPP continues to be the most powerful nuclear power plant in Russia and the largest power plant in its Northwest Region. It covers more than 55 % of power consumption of Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Oblast or 30 % of all power consumption in the Northwest Russia.

About TITAN-2:

TITAN-2 Holding is a Russian group of companies that build nuclear power facilities. Branch organisations of the Holding run the full cycle of works ranging from development of design documentation for nuclear power facilities to their commissioning.

TITAN-2 Holding acts as the General Contractor responsible for construction of the new power units of the Leningrad NPP. Organisations of the Holding perform all civil, installation, and electric installation works at the construction site.

The Holding also acts as the Main Contractor responsible for construction of the Hanhikivi-1 NPP in Finland and the Akkuyu NPP in Turkey.