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| np_cooling_source = [[Pyshma River]]
| np_cooling_towers =
| ps_units_operational = 1 × 600&nbsp;[[Megawatt|MW]]<br>1 × 880885&nbsp;[[Megawatt|MW]]
| ps_units_decommissioned = 1 × 108&nbsp;[[Megawatt|MW]]<br>1 × 160&nbsp;[[Megawatt|MW]]
| ps_units_uc =
| ps_units_planned = 1 × 1220&nbsp;[[Megawatt|MW]]
| ps_electrical_capacity = 1,480485
| ps_annual_generation = 10,100 GW·h (planned)
| status = O
== Later reactors ==
[[File:BN-600 nuclear reactor.jpg|thumb|Cutaway model of the [[BN-600]] reactor]]
Two reactors are now in operation: a [[BN-600 reactor|BN-600]] [[fast breeder reactor]], generating 600&nbsp;[[Watt (unit)|MWe]] gross and a [[BN-800 reactor|BN-800]] [[fast breeder reactor]], generating 880885&nbsp;[[Watt (unit)|MWe]] gross. The BN-800 is the largest [[fast neutron reactor|fast neutron power reactor]] in service in the world. Three turbines are connected to the BN-600 reactor. The BN-600 reactor core is {{convert|1.03|m|in}} tall and has a diameter of {{convert|2.05|m|in}}. It has 369 [[Nuclear fuel|fuel]] assemblies, each consisting of 127 fuel rods with an enrichment of 17–26% [[Uranium-235|<sup>235</sup>U]]. In comparison, typical enrichment in other Russian reactors is in the range of 3–4% <sup>235</sup>U. BN-600 reactors use liquid [[sodium]] as a coolant. As with most Russian nuclear power plants, the station lacks a [[containment building]].
 
[[File:BN-800 construction.jpg|thumb|Construction of the BN-800 reactor]]
| 3
| [[BN-600 reactor|BN-600]]
| 600<ref>[https://pris.iaea.org/PRIS/CountryStatistics/ReactorDetails.aspx?current=484 BELOYARSK-3]</ref>
| 600
| 1969-01-01
| 1980-04-08
| 4
| [[BN-800 reactor|BN-800]]
| 885<ref>[https://pris.iaea.org/PRIS/CountryStatistics/ReactorDetails.aspx?current=451 BELOYARSK-4]</ref>
| 864
| 1987
| 2014-06-27
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