. With a nuclear-powered shower, Russia tests a climate innovation « JO LEE MAGAZINE

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD/The water was hot, steamy and plentiful, and Pavel Rozhkov let it flow over his body, enjoying a shower that is not for the squeamish: on his bare skin, he was feeling the heat produced by an atomic reaction, pumped directly from a nuclear reactor into his home.

As countries meet in Scotland this week at the COP26 conference to try to find new ways to mitigate climate change, Russia has embraced nuclear residential heating as one potential solution, while also hoping it can bring a competitive advantage.

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