José Cabrera Nuclear Power Station
|José Cabrera Nuclear Power Station|
|Commission date||August 13, 1969|
|Decommission date||April 30, 2006|
|Owner(s)||Union Fenosa Generation S.A.|
|Operator(s)||Union Electrica Fenosa, S.A.|
|Nuclear power station|
|Units decommissioned||1 x 150 MW|
|Nameplate capacity||160 MW|
|Annual net output||392 GWh|
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Construction of the power station started in 1964. It was commissioned in 1968, and it operated from 1968 until 2006. In 2006, it was closed by ministerial order.
On 11 February 2010, Unión Fenosa transferred the site's ownership to Enresa, a Spanish company responsible for decommissioning the power station. Enresa planned to clear the site by the end of 2015.
The Spanish Nuclear Safety Council has investigated the plant's deficient safety system and a missing screw that prevented the reactor from resuming operations after a month-long refueling operation in December 2003.
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Westinghouse Electric Company has secured a contract for dismantling and segmentation of the Jose Cabrera nuclear power station.
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- Plant information summary (in Spanish).
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- IMDB entry for the 1969 film.
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