View of the plant in 2006.
WNP-3 and WNP-5 (together also known as the Satsop Nuclear Power Plant) were, along with the WNP-2 (currently known as the Columbia Generating Station) and WNP-1 and WNP-4, two of the five nuclear power plants on which construction was started by the Washington Public Power Supply System in 1977. The construction of WNP-3 and WNP-5 were halted in 1983 and only WNP-2 was completed and put into operation.
The reactors were planned to be pressurized water reactors. WNP-3 and WNP-5 were being manufactured by Combustion Engineering.
WNP-3 and WNP-5 are located on 1,600 acres (6.5 km2) on the Satsop Site near Elma in Grays Harbor County, Washington (N46° 57.536' W123° 28.163'). Today the site hosts the Satsop Development Park.
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Media related to WNP-3 and WNP-5 at Wikimedia Commons
Coordinates: 46°57′35″N 123°28′11″W / 46.9598°N 123.4696°W