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January 27, 2023

Unit 2 of Cernavoda n-plant reconnected to national power grid

Unit 2 with the Cernavoda nuclear power plant has been reconnected to the National Power System during the night of December 25 to 26, on Friday informs the Nuclearelectrica National Company (SNN).

Unit 2 of the Cernavoda nuclear power plant had been disconnected in a controlled manner from the National Power System on December 23rd 2014 for a punctual malfunction’s put to rights of an impulse line belonging to a measurement instrument placed in the reactor’s building.

“The correction and reconnection activities developed by observing the power plant’s procedures, as well as the protection and security norms, with no adverse impact on the population, staff, installations and environment,” the Nuclearelectrica representatives said, quoted by Agerpres.

The plant in Cernavoda, in southeastern Romania, operates two reactors of 700 megawatts each, which cover around one fifth of Romania’s electricity consumption.


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