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Indian Point Unit 2 back in service after month long outage Indian Point Unit 2 nuclear power plant has returned to service after a month-long scheduled outage for refueling and maintenance. The refueling outage that ended Saturday was the last before the plant is permanently shut down by April 30, 2020. Plant operator Entergy says … Continue reading #Indian_Point Unit 2 back in service after month long outage
DTE Energy power outages: 250,000 customers remain without power The utility company reported Monday morning more than 370,000 customers overall were impacted by the storm. Crews have worked to restore power to more than 120,000 customers. More Headlines Metro Detroit weather forecast: First the ice, and now the snow DTE expects 90 percent of customers … Continue reading #DTE_Energy power outages: 250,000 customers remain without power
PSEG Nuclear’s Hope Creek Generating Station Begins Refueling Outage and Sets New Records HANCOCKS BRIDGE, N.J., April 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — PSEG Nuclear’s Hope Creek Generating Station was safely taken offline today just after midnight for its scheduled refueling and maintenance outage. The operation marked a new record for the plant’s longest continuous production run … Continue reading #PSEG Nuclear’s #Hope_Creek Generating Station Begins Refueling Outage and Sets New Records
Unit 1 at Susquehanna Nuclear Power Plant Begins Scheduled Refueling Outage (MENAFN Editorial) BERWICK, Pa., March 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ –Operators at the Susquehannanuclear power plant, a wholly owned subsidiary of Talen Energy Corporation, disconnected the Unit 1 reactor from the electrical grid early Saturday, March 31, 2018to begin a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage. While … Continue reading Unit 1 at #Susquehanna Nuclear Power Plant Begins Scheduled Refueling Outage
Exelon employs virtual tour technology in LaSalle Station refueling outage Exelon Generation said recently that it will use virtual tour technology to reduce work hours inside the plant and limit radiological exposure during a refueling and maintenance outage at its Lasalle Generating Station Unit 1, which powered down on Monday. © Shutterstock Exelon’s innovation group … Continue reading Exelon employs virtual tour technology in #LaSalle Station #refueling outage
Browns Ferry Unit 3 Begins Scheduled Refueling And Maintenance Outage After generating more than 18 billion kilowatt hours of carbon-free energy over a 689-day operational run that included 653 days of continuous operation, the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant Unit 3 started a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage early Saturday morning. Along with … Continue reading #Browns_Ferry Unit 3 Begins Scheduled Refueling And Maintenance Outage #TVA
NEARLY HALF A MILLION IN PUERTO RICO STILL IN THE DARK 4 MONTHS AFTER HURRICANE MARIA Nearly half a million customers remain without power in Puerto Rico more than four months after Hurricane Maria battered the US territory, according to the island’s electric power authority. Still, the beleaguered Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, or PREPA, … Continue reading NEARLY HALF A MILLION IN #PUERTO_RICO STILL IN THE DARK 4 MONTHS AFTER #HURRICANE_MARIA
Xcel Energy restores power after outage in south Fargo Fargo, N.D. (KFGO) – Xcel Energy has restored power after an outage that hit parts of south Fargo Sunday night. Initial reports indicate the outage was caused by a power pole that caught on fire. At its height, around 5,600 customers were without power. Original: FARGO … Continue reading #Xcel_Energy restores power after outage in south #Fargo
Should utilities turn off the electricity when wildfire risk is high? With strong winds blowing and bone-dry conditions, utility officials in San Diego on Thursday began shutting off the power to thousands of people — a pre-emptive move to reduce the danger of power lines sparking wildfires. It’s a controversial approach that may soon become … Continue reading Should utilities turn off the electricity when #wildfire risk is high?