The VBER-300 is a proposed compact Russian pressurized water reactor of 300-MWe or more generating capacity designed for remote locations. In particular, it has been proposed for use on the Russian floating nuclear power station (two reactors on a 49,000-tonne barge).
The VBER-300 would use VVER-type fuel.
- THE VBER-300 REACTOR PLANT ON THE BASIS OF PROVEN NUCLEAR SHIPBUILDING TECHNOLOGIES FOR GROUND-BASED AND FLOATING NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
- Nuclear Power in Russia (see Extending Nuclear Capacity)
- Nukes on Ice?
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