The pace of construction of the plant has negatively affected the bankruptcy of JSC "Mejprombank" that caused serious financial problems at the JSC "Baltic Shipyard", which was part of United Industrial Corporation (JSC "UIC"). January 13, 2012 in respect of "Baltic Shipyard" was introduced a monitoring procedure which has passed into receivership. In connection with the bankruptcy of JSC "Baltic Plant" JSC "Concern Rosenergoatom" was forced to cancel the contract for the construction of floating nuclear power plant and the contract for the completion of the new company — LLC "Baltic Shipyard — Shipbuilding," created by state-owned United Shipbuilding Corporation (JSC "United Shipbuilding Corporation") on the In the same production site.
Under the contract, floating power is one tested and ready for transport to the site home stations, will be delivered to the customer in 2016.
Floating nuclear power plant is a new class of mobile power plants, based at the Russian nuclear shipbuilding technologies to provide reliable year-round heat and electricity customers in remote areas of the Far North and the Far East. Strategy of development of maritime activities of the Russian Federation until 2030 envisages the construction of a series of floating nuclear power plant for the areas of the Arctic and the Far East. Planned to place on the territory of Kamchatka, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and in other regions of Russia.