In Lithuania, the Ignalina nuclear power plant accounted for more than 70 percent of electricity consumption in the country in the early 1990s, right after it left the Soviet Union.
What does INPP stand for?
INPP stands for Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (Lithuania)
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We have 4 other meanings of INPP in our Acronym Attic
- International Network of Prison Ministries
- International Network on Personal Meaning
- Inventaire National du Patrimoine Naturel (French: National Inventory of Natural Heritage)
- In No Particular Order
- Information Network Program Office
- Institute of Nuclear Plant Operators (industry oversight group)
- Institute of Nuclear Power Operations
- International Network of Permafrost Observatories
- Informationssystem der Polizei (Police Information System, Germany)
- Institute of Poetic Patience
- Institut National de Plongée Professionnelle (French: National Institute for Professional Diving)
- Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (UK)
- Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (Ohio University and University of Virginia)
- Intelligent Network Platform Prototype (Sprint)
- Israel Nature and Parks Protection Authority
- Interim National Physical Planning Commission (Trinidad and Tobago)
- Idaho Northern & Pacific Railroad
- In Nomine Paranormal Research
- Institute for National Policy Research (Taipei, Taiwan)
- Institute for Natural Products Research (University of Georgia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Data collection report, Ignalina Nuclear Power plant.
Introduction Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) is located near the Lithuanian border with Belarus and Latvia, at a large Druksiai Lake utilized as cooling pond.
The total installed electricity production capacity in Lithuania amounts to nearly 5,000 MW and exceeds the present domestic need by more than two times, while the main source of electricity in the country is the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) which generates cheaper electricity than the existing thermal power plants using fossil fuel (mainly natural gas).
Keywords: Ignalina nuclear power plant, finite element model, frequency analysis, seismic analysis, free-field spectra, in-structure response spectra.
Russian-born Sergey Zakurko, Victoria's father, has been suspended from his job at the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) while the investigation continues.