Bilibino, the next nuclear accident ??

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Re: Bilibino, the next nuclear accident ??




by Christophe » 17/05/17, 17:41

Grelinette wrote:If Nicolat Hulot is one of them


He is one of them ... let's wait to see if he will do something other than eco-tartuffe ...
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by Grelinette » 17/05/17, 19:54

For information, regarding the nuclear issue and the appointment of Nicolas Hulot as Minister of Ecology:

"18:56 - EDF is already under the nomination of Nicolas Hulot
Barely appointed to the Ministry of Ecological and Inclusive Transition, Nicolas Hulot is already changing the situation. EDF appears to be its first victim. Following the announcement of his appointment, the leading producer and supplier of electricity in France saw its share fall on the stock market. "The title EDF suddenly stalled, losing up to 6,7% to 8,83 euros", note Les Échos. In question ? The unfavorable nuclear policy that the new minister could adopt. "
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by Christophe » 17/05/17, 19:58

Ohhh the "poor EDF victim" ... well when you do bullshit for years, you have to go to the cash one day or another ... then Areva will have cost EDF much more than Hulot ... tomorrow the title will resume 5% ... we bet?

Otherwise on the background of the bullshit of the EDF doctrine, last week Germany was supplied up to 2/3 for a few hours with renewable electricity ... it's far from anecdotal when we know the German consumption !!
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by Grelinette » 18/05/17, 16:24

Christophe wrote:Ohhh the "poor EDF victim" ... well when you do bullshit for years, you have to go to the cashier one day or another ...

Who does the "must go to checkout" issue? EDF or EDF customers who will see a price increase? ... : Evil:
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Re: Bilibino, the next nuclear accident ??




by Christophe » 18/05/17, 17:18

Customers obviously in Fine ... But don't say that we can't do without EDF, there are alternatives (Enercoop ... but not necessarily available everywhere?)
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by dirk pitt » 02/05/18, 06:39

we will perhaps avoid the accident at bilibino if the floating power station arrives before all the ground has melted around bilibino. : Cheesy:
or else, the accident will be the floating power station.
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Re: Bilibino, the next nuclear accident ??




by Christophe » 02/05/18, 11:07

bilibino in this case is not floating yet but just melting ... : Cheesy:
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by moinsdewatt » 20/05/18, 14:53

dirk pitt wrote:we will perhaps avoid the accident at bilibino if the floating power station arrives before all the ground has melted around bilibino. : Cheesy:
or else, the accident will be the floating power station.
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For the moment the floating power station is in Murmansk:

Akademik Lomonosov has arrived in Murmansk.

Russia presents the world's first floating nuclear power plant

Russia presented the world's first floating nuclear power plant on Saturday at a ceremony for its mooring in Murmansk, a port in the far north, a project that should supply remote regions but worries environmental organizations.

Built in Saint Petersburg, the Akademik Lomonosov moored in Murmansk port on Saturday and presented to the press on Saturday. It must be loaded with nuclear fuel before reaching its final destination, a remote region of eastern Siberia.

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Russia presents the world's first floating nuclear power plant on May 19, 2018 during a mooring ceremony in Murmansk, port of the Far North / © AFP / Alexander NEMENOV

Built by the Russian public conglomerate Rosatom, this massive floating block, 144 meters long and 30 wide, has two reactors with a capacity of 35 MW each (compared to more than 1.000 MW for new generation reactors), close to those used by icebreakers.

Without a motor, this 21.000-ton barge will be towed in the summer of 2019 to the port of Pevek, in the Chukotka Autonomous District in the Russian Far East, 350 km north of the Arctic Circle.
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https://www.romandie.com/news/ZOOM-La-R ... 919547.rom
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Re: Bilibino, the next nuclear accident ??




by chatelot16 » 20/05/18, 19:58

that's serious ... the only solution to avoid the danger of old nuclear power plants completely rotten is to quickly build new power plants!

alas we complicate the construction of new power plants so we extend the lives of old people who become more and more dangerous

Finally you have to see ... the old Russian machine is solid! the old control room is not necessarily dangerous! it's not planned obsolescence ... it's Russian quality!
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Re: Bilibino, the next nuclear accident ??




by Leo Maximus » 21/05/18, 18:21

Yes ! good old Russian quality we have it a few hundred km from our coast with the wreck of the nuclear submarine K8: 2 reactors of 35 MW (activity estimated at 9,25 PBq) and 4 nuclear warheads (activity estimated at 30 GBq).

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