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|
|Nuclear power station|
|Units operational||1 x 806 MW|
|Make and model||Siemens|
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. During its lifetime, it produced 130,000 GW hours of electricity, about double the electricity production of Austria. The value of this electricity is about 9.1 billion Euros.
- "Vattenfall looks at German reactor options". World Nuclear News. 2011-02-11. Retrieved 2011-02-13.
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