Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant
|Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant|
Nuclear power plant Brunsbüttel
|Status||Mothballed (Earmarked not to return following moratorium on nuclear power)|
|Commission date||July 13, 1976|
|Reactors operational||1 x 806 MW|
|Installed capacity||806 MW|
|Annual generation||4,527 GW·h|
|Net generation||117,883 GW·h|
|As of 13 February 2011|
Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Brunsbüttel near Hamburg, Germany. It is owned 67% by Vattenfall and 33% by E.ON. It started operation in 1976 and has a gross power production of 806 MW. As part of the nuclear power phase-out, it was taken out of service in 2007.
- "Vattenfall looks at German reactor options". World Nuclear News. 2011-02-11. Retrieved 2011-02-13.
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