Kahl Nuclear Power Plant
|Kahl Nuclear Power Plant|
|Commission date||July 17, 1961|
|Decommission date||November 25, 1985|
|Units decommissioned||1 x 16 MW|
|Annual generation||83 GWh (in 1985)|
The Kahl plant was the first nuclear power plant ever to be built in Germany. It was located in Karlstein am Main and was an (at the time) experimental boiling water reactor. It was built by General Electric and supplied by Siemens. At the end of 2008, the demolition works had been finished.
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