kozloduy: Bulgaria’s Kozloduy plant reconnects nuclear reactor after upkeep – Occasions of India

SOFIA: Bulgaria’s state nuclear energy plant Kozloduy reconnected on Saturday its 1,000 megawatt (MW) nuclear reactor Unit 5 after a deliberate upkeep and refuelling, the plant mentioned. Kozloduy, located on the Danube River, mentioned in a press release that the reactor was reconnected to the nationwide energy within the early hours of Saturday, after a clearance by the nation’s nuclear regulator. The reactor was shut for annual repairs on April 24. Its different 1000 MW reactor, Unit 6, was working at full capability, the plant mentioned.