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Thursday, January 24, 2008
The Point shore nuclear plant in Wisconsin is undergoing unusual examination by the U.S. Nuclear authoritarian Commission as the outcome of an electrical transformer breakdown last week, the NRC thought on Tuesday.
The transformer disastrous on Jan. 15, causing the 514-megawatt Unit 1 to drop power from outerplant, which is located near Two Rivers, Wisconsin, and own by FPL Energy.
The plant machinist called it an strange event, which is the lowest stage of four tragedy classes in the NRC system.
While backup generator worked and kept back both units on line when off-site power was missing, Unit 1 was closed on Jan. 16 to find out why the transformer failed, the NRC
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