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Nebraska Reactor Restart Delayed Again

Manufacturing Group | November 18, 2012

The Omaha Public Power District is putting off the restart of the 482MW Fort Calhoun reactor until the first quarter after finding areas that need more work.

The restart for a Nebraska reactor closed after the Missouri River flooding extended a shutdown last year, is getting delayed again.

The

Omaha Public Power District

is putting off the restart of the 482MW Fort Calhoun reactor until the first quarter after finding areas that need more work.

The unit was supposed to start last September, but postponed until December to the reliability of backup diesel generators and structure issues.

You can get more information on the reactor site on

Bloomberg

.

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