Sendai nuclear Unit 1 connects to grid

first_imgNuclearO&MPlant OptimizationReactorsRetrofits & Upgrades Sendai nuclear Unit 1 connects to grid Facebook Sendai units 1 and 2 were shut down after the 2011 Fukushima accident. In October, the nuclear plant received approval from the host town to restart. Kyushu started fuel loading in July. By chloecox – Facebook Suitors for halted Bellefonte nuclear project ask TVA to consider climate in reviving sale New Jersey utility regulators extend zero-carbon breaks for PSEG nuclear power plants The unit began generating power on Aug. 14 and started the adjustment operation when it reached 95 percent output. Plant operator Kyushu Electric Power Co. said it notified Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority that it was changing the pre-service inspection of Unit 1 and it is expected to begin commercial operations Sept. 1. No posts to display Ex-New York power market CEO named interim ERCOT CEO Linkedin Twitter Linkedin Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleEPA allows one claim to stand in Sierra Club appeal of Schiller air permitNext articleGE announces launch of latest aeroderivative gas turbine, LM6000-PF+ chloecox The Sendai 1 nuclear power unit in Japan is expected to reach commercial operations, almost three years after it was shut down following the Fukushima accident. TAGSNationalGrid 8.31.2015 Subscribe to Nuclear Power International magazinelast_img

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