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Cernavoda n-plant’s two units put out more than 6.56 million MWh, Jan.-July, 2015

The two units at the Cernavoda nuclear-power plant put out 6.566 million MWh worth of electricity in the first seven months of 2015, 6.043 million MWH of which were fed into the national electricity grid of Romania, according to data posted on the website of Nuclearelectrica.

In the first seven months, unit 1 generated 3.458 million MWh and delivered 3.176 MWh, which gives an average capacity factor of 96.26 percent, while unit 2 generated 3.108 MWh and delivered 2.867 MWh, which means an average capacity factor of 87.57 percent.

In July 2015, the two units put out 1.010 million MWh. Unit 1 had a capacity factor of 95.64 percent, while unit 2 recorded a 97.22 percent capacity factor.

In 2014, the two units at the Cernavoda nuclear-power plant generated 11.675 million MWh worth of electricity, having delivered 10.753 MWh to the national grid.

Since its commissioning and up until end-July 2014, the two units generated 149.11 million MWh worth of electricity, having delivered 137.48 million MWh to the national grid.

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