星期一, 九月 28, 2020
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Chubu Electric Shuts Hamaoka No. 4 Nuclear Reactor After Fault

    Chubu Electric Power Co., Japan's third-largest power producer, shut its Hamaoka No. 4 reactor, as equipment to clean cooling water closed down last night following an alarm.


    Chubu Electric idled the reactor in Shizuoka prefecture, southwestern Tokyo, at 9:57 p.m. local time yesterday, the company said in a statement on Web site. There were no radiation leaks, it said.


    The Nagoya-based utility restarted the 1,137-megawatt reactor after scheduled maintenance on Nov. 14.


 


   ————————————————————–
   UNIT                     LOCATION   MW    STATUS
    ————————————————————–
   Hamaoka            No. 1 Shizuoka   540   Shut for maintenance
                      No. 2            840   Shut for maintenance
                      No. 3            1,100 Running
                      No. 4            1,137 Shut manually
                      No. 5            1,380 Running
    ————————————————————–

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