Enrico Fermi Nuclear Power Plant (Italy)

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Enrico Fermi Nuclear Power Plant
Coordinates45°11′02.74″N 8°16′39.20″E / 45.1840944°N 8.2775556°E / 45.1840944; 8.2775556Coordinates: 45°11′02.74″N 8°16′39.20″E / 45.1840944°N 8.2775556°E / 45.1840944; 8.2775556
StatusBeing decommissioned
Commission date1964
Decommission date1990
Nuclear power station
Reactor typePWR
Power generation
Units decommissioned1 × 260 MW
Nameplate capacity260 MW
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Enrico Fermi Nuclear Power Plant was a nuclear power plant at Trino (often referred to as ‘Trino Vercellese’, meaning ‘Trino in the Province of Vercelli’), in north-west Italy.

Consisting of one 260 megawatt pressurized water reactor (PWR) from the vendor Westinghouse Electric Corporation, it operated from 1964 until 1990. Trino was in 1964 the third ever commercially operated PWR worldwide, and it had the second highest megawatt-capacity of them. It was closed down following the Italian nuclear power referendum, 1987.

The experimental enrichment plant, EUREX, near the power plant, was closed down in 1984.

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