Rivne NPP is located in the city of Varash in the northwest of Rivne region Photo from UNIAN Ukraine&#39;s state-run nuclear energy company Energoatom spent over UAH 3 billion, or US$111 million, on re-equipment and reconstruction of Rivne nuclear power plant (NPP) in 2018. "In 2018, main capital investment in Rivne NPP included technical re-equipment and reconstruction and amounted to over UAH 3 billion," the company&#39;s press service said. Read alsoRussia accounts for over 70% of fuel assemblies bought by Ukraine for its nuclear power plants in 2018 Over UAH 35 million, or US$1.3 million, was spent on the NPP&#39;s capital construction, allowing the nuclear power plant to develop smoothly. "The main task for Rivne NPP in 2018 was to extend the service life of its power unit No. 3, which was successfully accomplished. Rivne NPP became the only nuclear power plant in Ukraine that managed to extend the operating time of its third power unit beyond the design basis by 20 years," the company said. In addition, Energoatom notes that the task for 2019, in addition to re-equipment of Rivne NPP&#39;s power units, the company plans to complete the construction of new facilities, in particular, a rehabilitation and health center, and an automated remote control center. UNIAN memo. Rivne NPP is located in the city of Varash in the northwest of Rivne region. It operates four power units with a total capacity of 2.835 GW: unit No. 1 (VVER-440) with a capacity of 420 MW since 1980, unit No. 2 (VVER-440) with a capacity of 415 MW since 1981, unit No. 3 (VVER-1000) with a capacity of 1 GW since 1986, unit No. 4 (VVER-1000) with a capacity of 1 GW since 2004.