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World List of nuclear reactors

List of nuclear reactors is an annotated list of all the nuclear reactors of the world, sorted by country. This list excludes nuclear marine propulsion reactors, except those at land installations, and excludes reactors that never achieved criticality.
Algeria
Antarctica
  • McMurdo StationPM-3A NNPU “Nukey Poo” US Navy power reactor (operational 1962, shut down 1972, fully dismantled 1979)
Argentina
Power station reactors
Research reactors
All reactors owned and operated by the National Atomic Energy Commission except as noted
  • RA-0, built 1964, 0.01 kWt, tank type, owned and operated by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
  • RA-1 Enrico Fermi, built 1957, 40 kWt, tank type.
  • RA-2, built 1965, 0.03 kWt, critical assembly type (shut down on 1983/09/01)
  • RA-3, built 1963, 5,000 kWt, pool type.
  • RA-4 (former SUR-100), built 1971, HOMOG type, owned and operated by Universidad Nacional de Rosario
  • RA-6, built 1978, 500 kWt, pool type.
  • RA-8, built 1986, 0.01 kWt, critical assembly type (shut down)
  • CAREM, being built near Atucha I [2]
Armenia
Australia
  • HIFAR (High Flux Australian Reactor; 10 MWt), Lucas Heights, New South Wales, produced patient nuclear medicine doses (approx half a million a year) for the diagnosis and treatment of major diseases such as cancer and heart disease. It first went critical on January 26, 1958 and was decommissioned January 2007[3] which will take up to 10 years to complete.
  • MOATA, 100kWt Argonaut class reactor, now permanently shut down.
  • HIFAR has been replaced by OPAL reactor facility supplied by Argentine INVAP. This facility first went critical at 11.25pm on August 12, 2006.[4]
Austria
Bangladesh
  • SavarTRIGA Mark II, Atomic Energy Research Establishment (installed 1986)
Belarus
  • Sosny, Minsk
    • IRT research reactor (shut down 1988)
    • “Pamir” – mobile nuclear power reactor test (shut down 1986)
Belgium
Power station reactors
Research Reactors
  • Mol (BR-1) – Research reactor
  • Mol (BR-2) – Research reactor
  • Mol (BR-3) – PWR reactor (shut down)
Brazil
Name
Type
Capacity (MWe), net/gross
Status
PWR
626MWe Net CNAA-Central
Commercial operation 1985-01
PWR
1275MWe Net CNAA-Central
Commercial operation 2001-02
Research reactors
Bulgaria
  • BLOK 1 – 440 MW (Currently out of service) VVER-440/230
  • BLOK 2 – 440 MW (Currently out of service) VVER-440/230
  • BLOK 3 – 440 MW (Currently out of service) VVER-440/230
  • BLOK 4 – 440 MW (Currently out of service) VVER-440/230
  • BLOK 5 – 1000 MW VVER-1000
  • BLOK 6 – 1000 MW VVER-1000
Belene Nuclear Power Plant – Two 1000 MW reactors in construction:
  • BELENE 1 – 1000 MW (To be finished in 2013) VVER-1000
  • BELENE 2 – 1000 MW (To be finished in 2014) VVER-1000
Sofia – IRT research reactor (shut down 1987)
Canada
Ontario
  • UNIT 1 – 515 MW CANDU
  • UNIT 2 – 515 MW CANDU (Currently out of service)
  • UNIT 3 – 515 MW CANDU (Currently out of service)
  • UNIT 4 – 515 MW CANDU
  • UNIT 1 – 750 MW CANDU (Under refurbishment)
  • UNIT 2 – 750 MW CANDU (Under refurbishment)
  • UNIT 3 – 750 MW CANDU
  • UNIT 4 – 750 MW CANDU
[edit] Quebec
  • UNIT 1 – 275 MW CANDU-BWR (Shutdown in 1977)
  • UNIT 2 – 675 MW CANDU-6
TOTAL – 950 MW
New Brunswick
  • UNIT 1 – 635 MW CANDU-6 (Under refurbishment)
Research reactors
Chile
Operating units
e
PWR
&0000000000000984000000 944 / 984
01987-08-07August 7, 1987
01993-08-31August 31, 1993
Daya Bay 2 (Guangdong 2)
PWR
&0000000000000984000000 944 / 984
01988-04-07April 7, 1988
01994-02-07February 7, 1994
PWR
&0000000000000990000000 938 / 990
01997-05-15May 15, 1997
02002-02-26February 26, 2002
Ling’ao 1-2 (Lingao B)
PWR
&0000000000000990000000 938 / 990
01997-11-28November 28, 1997
02002-12-15December 15, 2002
Ling’ao 2-1
&0000000000000990000000 938 / 990
02005-12-15December 15, 2005
02010-07-15July 15, 2010
Qinshan 1 (formerly Qinshan)
CNP-300
&0000000000000300000000 279 / 300
01985-03-20March 20, 1985
01991-12-15December 15, 1991
Qinshan 2-1 (formerly Qinshan 2)
CNP-600
&0000000000000642000000 610 / 642
01996-06-02June 2, 1996
02002-02-06February 6, 2002
Qinshan 2-2 (formerly Qinshan 3)
CNP-600
&0000000000000642000000 610 / 642
01997-04-01April 1, 1997
02004-03-11March 11, 2004
Qinshan 2-3
CNP-600
&0000000000000642000000 610 / 642
02006-03-28March 28, 2006
02010-08-01August 1, 2010
Qinshan 3-1
&0000000000000728000000 665 / 728
01998-06-08June 8, 1998
02002-11-19November 19, 2002
Qinshan 3-2
CANDU 6
&0000000000000728000000 665 / 728
01998-09-25September 25, 1998
02003-06-12June 12, 2003
Tianwan 1 (Lianyungang)
&0000000000001060000000 1,000 / 1,060
01999-10-20October 20, 1999
02006-05-12May 12, 2006
Tianwan 2 (Lianyungang)
VVER-1000
&0000000000001060000000 1,000 / 1,060
02000-10-20October 20, 2000
02007-05-14May 14, 2007
Total capacity
10,141 / 10,740
Colombia
  • BogotáTRIGA, Institute of Nuclear Science (installed in 1997)
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
  • Risø – DR-3 DIDO class experimental reactor (shut down permanently in 2000)
  • Risø – DR-2 experimental reactor (shut down in 1975)
  • Risø – DR-1 experimental reactor (shut down permanently in 2001)
Egypt
  • Inshas Nuclear Research Center
    • ETTR-1 – 2 MW LWR (supplied by USSR, 1958)
    • ETTR-2 – 22 MW reactor (supplied by Argentine INVAP, 1998)
Estonia
  • Paldiski – 2 PWR naval training reactors (dismantled)
Finland
Research reactor:
  • EspooTRIGA Mark II, State Institute for Technical Research (installed 1962)
France
Germany
On 15 March 2011 the Government decided to close seven nuclear power plants for a duration of three months. These are marked with an asterisk (*).[5]
Research reactors
  • AKR II – Ausbildungskernreaktor II, Technische Universität Dresden; rating: 2 W, commissioned 2005
  • BER II – Berliner-Experimentier-Reaktor II, Hahn-Meitner-Institut Berlin; rating: 10 MW, commissioned 1990
  • FRG-1 (see GKSS Research Center) – Geesthacht; rating: 5 MW, commissioned 1958
  • FRM IITechnische Universität München; Leistung: 20 MW, commissioned 2004
  • FRMZ – TRIGA of the University of Mainz, institute of nuclear chemistry; continuous rating: 0.10 MW, pulse rating for 30ms: 250 MW; commissioned 1965
Decommissioned
Greece
  • GRR-1 – 5 MW research reactor at Demokritos National Centre for Scientific Research, Athens.
Hungary
  • Paks – 4 VVER (Russian pressurized light water reactor VVER 440/v213) 500 MWe reactors. The modernization of the four reactors was finally ended at 2009, so the plant’s total power generation reached 2000 MWe.
  • Budapest
    • Technical University of Budapest (BME) Institute of Nuclear Techniques – University Research Reactor
    • KFKI Atomic Energy Research Institute (see KFKI) – (10 MW Budapest Research Reactor)
  • Debrecen
    • Institute of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences – 20 MV cyclotron and a 5 MV Van de Graaff accelerator
India
Power station reactors
For more information: Electricity in India [10]
Name
Location
Type
Rating, MWe
Status
160
Operational October 1969-
BWR
160
Operational October 1969-
PHWR
540
Operational August 2006-
PHWR
540
Operational September 2005-
90
Operational December 1973-
PHWR
187
Operational April 1981-
PHWR
202
Operational June 2000-
PHWR
202
Operational December 2000-
PHWR
202
Operational December 22, 2009
PHWR
202
Operational March 28, 2010
170
Operational January 1984-
PHWR
220
Operational March 1986-
220
Operational January 1991-
PHWR
220
Operational July 1992-
Kakrapar, Gujarat
220
Operational May 1993-
PHWR
220
Operational September 1995-
PHWR
700
under construstion
PHWR
700
under construstion
220
Operational November 2000-
PHWR
220
Operational March 2000-
PHWR
220
Operational May 2007-
PHWR
220
Operational January 2011-
1000
Under construction, online February 2011
1000
Under construction, online August 2011
FBR
500
Under construction
Total Capacity
6,730 MWe
Plants under construction
Research and production reactors
  • Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC) – Trombay
    • Apsara reactor – 1 MWT, pool type, light water moderated, enriched uranium fuel supplied by France
    • CIRUS reactor – 40 MWT, supplied by Canada, heavy water moderated, uses natural uranium fuel
    • Dhruva reactor – 100 MWT, heavy water moderated, uses natural uranium fuel
  • Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research (IGCAR) – Kalpakkam
None of these reactors is under IAEA safeguards.
Indonesia
Iran
Power station reactors
  • Bushehr
    • Bushehr I – 915MWe, Reactor System: VVER-1000 PWR (Russian), officially opened 21 August 2010.[6]
    • Bushehr II – construction suspended by German KWU
  • Darkhovin Nuclear Power Plant(Khouzestan Province)
    • Darkhovin I – Reactor System: IR-360 (PWR), a domestically developed 360 MWe NPP, as of 2010, the basic design has been finished and the works on the detailed design of the system has been started by the Iranian experts. Complementary Checks is to be done by the European incorporations. Primary construction works is to be started soon.
Research reactors
  • Tehran – AMF reactor at Tehran Nuclear Research Center (supplied by USA, 1967)
  • Isfahan, Nuclear Technology Center (mainly supplied by China,[7])
    • MNSR – 27 kWt Miniature Neutron Source Reactor
    • Light Water Subcritical Reactor (LWSCR)
    • Heavy Water Zero Power Reactor (HWZPR)
    • Graphite Subcritical Reactor (GSCR)
  • ArakIR-40 Heavy water-moderated Reactor (under construction, planned commissioning 2014)
Iraq
Research reactors
  • IRT-5000 – 5 MWT, shut down 1991
  • Osirak / “Tammuz 1″ (destroyed by Israeli airstrike, June 7, 1981)
  • Tammuz 2 – 500 kWT, shut down 1991
Israel
Research and production reactors
Italy
Power station reactors
Research reactors
  • PaviaTRIGA Mark II, University of Pavia Mark II (installed 1965)
  • RomeTRIGA Mark II, ENEA Casaccia Research Center (installed 1960)
  • PisaCAMEN Centro Applicazioni Militari Energia Nucleare.
Jamaica
Japan
Power station reactors
Reactor
Location
Type
Rating, MWe
Status
Operator
439
Shutdown March 2011
Fukushima I-2
BWR
760
Shutdown March 2011
Fukushima I-3
BWR
760
Shutdown March 2011
Fukushima I-4
BWR
760
Shutdown 2011
Fukushima I-5
BWR
760
Operational April 1978
Fukushima I-6
BWR
1067
Operational October 1979
1067
Operational April 1982
Fukushima II-2
BWR
1067
Operational February 1984
Fukushima II-3
BWR
1067
Operational June 1985
Fukushima II-4
BWR
1067
Operational August 1987
529
Operational October 1975
Genkai-2
PWR
529
Operational March 1981
Genkai-3
PWR
1127
Operational March 1994
Genkai-4
PWR
1127
Operational July 1997
515
Operational March 1976
Hamaoka-2
BWR
806
Operational November 1978
Hamaoka-3
BWR
1056
Operational August 1987
Hamaoka-4
BWR
1092
Operational September 1993
Hamaoka-5
1380
Operational January 2005
1067
Operational December 2005
Higashidori-1
Construction began 2008[citation needed]
Higashidori-2
Construction began 2010[citation needed]
Higashidori-2
Construction began 2011[citation needed]
538
Operational September 1977
Ikata-2
PWR
838
Operational March 1982
Ikata-3
PWR
846
Operational December 1994
1067
Operational September 1985
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-2
BWR
1067
Operational September 1990
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-3
BWR
1067
Operational August 1993
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-4
BWR
1067
Operational August 1994
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-5
BWR
1067
Operational April 1990
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-6
1315
Operational November 1996
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-7
1315
Operational July 1997
320
Operational November 1970
Mihama-2
PWR
470
Operational July 1972
Mihama-3
PWR
780
Operational December 1976
320
Non-operational, Reopen in 2008
1120
Operational March 1979
Oi-2
PWR
1120
Operational December 1979
Oi-3
PWR
1127
Operational December 1991
Oi-4
PWR
1127
Operational February 1993
498
Operational June 1984
Onagawa-2
BWR
796
Operational July 1995
Onagawa-3
BWR
798
Operational January 2002
846
Operational July 1984
Sendai-2
PWR
846
Operational November 1985
505
Operational July 1993
Shika-2
ABWR
1358
Operational March 2006
Kashima, Mitsue, Shimane
439
Operational March 1974
Shimane-2
BWR
789
Operational February 1989
Shimane-3
ABWR
1373
Under construction, online Dec 2011
780
Operational November 1974
Takahama-2
PWR
780
Operational November 1975
Takahama-3
PWR
830
Operational January 1985
Takahama-4
PWR
830
Operational June 1985
169
Operational 1966-1998
Tokai-2
BWR
1056
Operational November 1978
550
Operational June 1989
Tomari-2
PWR
550
Operational April 1991
Tomari-3
PWR
912
Under construction, online Dec 2009
341
Operational March 1970
Tsuruga-2
PWR
1115
Operational February 1987
13
1963–1982
Research reactors
Kazakhstan
Power station reactors
  • Aktau (Kazakhstan State Corporation for Atomic Power and Industry)
    • BN-350 135 MWe reactor (shut down 1999)
Research reactors
  • Alatau, Institute of Nuclear Physics of the National Nuclear Center
    • VVR-K – 10 MWe reactor
  • Kurchatov, National Nuclear Center, Semipalatinsk Test Site
    • IVG-1M – 60 MW reactor
    • RA – zirconium hydride moderated reactor (dismantled)
    • IGR (Impulse Graphite Reactor) – 50 MW reactor
Latvia
  • Salaspils, Nuclear Research Center
    • 5 MWe research reactor (shut down)
Libya
  • Tajura Nuclear Research Center, REWDRC (see [11]) – 10 MW research reactor (supplied by the USSR)
Lithuania
  • Ignalina-1, RBMK, shut down on December 31, 2004 per EU demand
  • Ignalina-2, RBMK, shut down on December 31, 2009. 1360 MWe.
Malaysia
Mexico
Morocco
Netherlands
Power station reactors
Research reactors
North Korea
For more details on this topic, see Nuclear power in North Korea.
Power station reactors
  • Yongbyon
    • Yongbyon 2 – 50 MWe Magnox reactor (construction suspended 1994)
  • Taechon (20 km from Yongbyon)
    • Taechon 1 – 200 MWe reactor (construction suspended 1994)
  • Kumho (30 km north of Sinpo), see KEDO
    • Kumho 1 – PWR 1000 MWe (construction suspended 2003)
    • Kumho 2 – PWR 1000 MWe (construction suspended 2003)
Research and production reactors
  • Yongbyon
    • IRT-2000 – 8 MWt (2MWt 1965-1974, 4MWt 1974-1986) heavy-water moderated research reactor (supplied by USSR, 1965)
    • Yongbyon 1 – 5 MWe Magnox reactor, provides power and district heating (active 1987-1994, reactivated 2003, and shut-down in July 2007)
Norway
Research reactors
  • Kjeller reactors
    • NORA (activated 1961, shut down 1967)
    • JEEP I (activated 1951, shut down 1967)
    • JEEP II (activated 1966)
  • Halden reactor
    • HBWR – Halden boiling water reactor (activated 1959)
Pakistan
Power station reactors
Reactor
Type
MWe net
Location
Status
300
Operational since 2000
300
Under construction. Expected 2011.
CHASNUPP-3
Approved. To be constructed by China.
CHASNUPP-4
Approved. To be constructed by China
125
Operational since 1966
KANUPP-2
1000
Approved. Preliminary work started but then the project was put on hold in 2009.[9]
KANUPP-3
1000
Proposed
Research and production reactors
Under IAEA safeguards
Reactor
Type
MWT
Location
Status
10
Islamabad
Operational since 1965
30 kWT
Islamabad
Operational since 1974
Not under IAEA safeguards
Reactor
Type
MWT
Location
Status
Classified. Estimated: 50-70
Khushab
Operational since 1998
Classified
Khushab
Operational since 2010
Classified
Khushab
Under construction
Classified
Khushab
Under construction[10]
Panama
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
  • Sacavem – RPI, Portuguese Research Reactor – 1 MWt pool type, Instituto Tecnológico e Nuclear
Puerto Rico
Romania
Power stations
Fuel Factory
Research
Russia
[edit] Power station reactors
(There are approximately 109 research reactors in Russia. [12] )
Serbia
Research reactors
  • Vinca Nuclear Institute, Vinca
    • RA – Reaktor A (1956–2002) – 6.5 MW heavy water moderated and cooled research reactor
    • RB – Reaktor B (1958-…) – At the very beginning the RB reactor was designed and constructed as an unreflected zero power heavy water – natural uranium critical assembly. First criticality was reached in April 1958. Later, the 2% enriched metal uranium fuel and 80% enriched UO2 fuel were obtained and used in the reactor core. Modifications of the reactor control, safety and dosimetry systems (1960, 1976, 1988) converted the RB critical assembly to a flexible heavy water reflected experimental reactor with 1 W nominal power, operable up to 50 W. Several coupled fast-thermal systems were designed and constructed at RB reactor in the early 1990s, for the research in fast reactors physics.
(For more information on the subject, please visit [13])
Slovakia
  • Bohunice – 4 408 MWe WWER (aka VVER),
    • Bohunice V-1 – 2x WWER-440/V230 (unit #1 shut down on December 31, 2006, unit #2 shut down on December 31, 2008 [16])
    • Bohunice V-2 – 2x WWER-440/V213
    • Bohunice A-1 – 1x 144 MWe KS-150 (shut down after a 1977 refuelling incident; decommission in progress since 1979)
  • Mochovce – 2 388 MWe WWER
    • 2x WWER-440/V213
    • 2x WWER-440/V213 (under construction; likely to be finished by Enel)
Slovenia
South Africa
Power station reactors
33°40’35.2?S 18°25’55.37?E? / ?33.676444°S 18.4320472°E? / -33.676444; 18.4320472? (Koeberg nuclear power station)
  • Koeberg-1 920MWe
  • Koeberg-2 920MWe
Research reactors
25°48’03?S 27°56’54?E? / ?25.80083°S 27.94833°E? / -25.80083; 27.94833? (Pelindaba Nuclear Research Center)
South Korea
For a list of nuclear reactors in South Korea please see: Nuclear power in South Korea
Research Reactors:
  • Aerojet General Nucleonics Model 201 Research Reactor
  • HANARO, MAPLE class reactor
  • TRIGA General Atomics Mark II (TRIGA-Mark II) Research Reactor (Decommissioned)
  • TRIGA General Atomics Mark III (TRIGA-Mark III) Research Reactor (Decommissioned)
Spain
Canceled plants
Closed plants
Power station reactors
Research reactors
Sweden
Closed plants
Power Station Reactors
Name
Type
Power
Operational
Current status
Manufacturer
630 MW
1975–1999
shut down
Barsebäck 2
BWR
630 MW
1977–2005
shut down
ASEA-Atom
BWR
1,018 MW
1980–
operational
ASEA-Atom
Forsmark 2
BWR
960 MW
1981–
operational
ASEA-Atom
Forsmark 3
BWR
1,230 MW
1985–
operational
ASEA-Atom
BWR
500 MW
1972–
operational
ASEA-Atom
Oskarshamn 2
BWR
630 MW
1975–
operational
ASEA-Atom
Oskarshamn 3
BWR
1,200 MW
1985–
operational
ASEA-Atom
BWR
860 MW
1976–
operational
ASEA-Atom
Ringhals 2
870 MW
1975–
operational
Ringhals 3
PWR
920 MW
1981–
operational
Westinghouse Electric Company
Ringhals 4
PWR
910 MW
1983–
operational
Westinghouse Electric Company
Research reactors
Name
Location
Description
Power
Operational
Current status
Research
1 MW
1954–1970
dismantled
R2
Research, production of isotopes for industry
50 MW
1960–2005
shut down
R2-0
Studsvik
Research, production of isotopes for industry
1 MW
1960–2005
shut down
Farsta, Stockholm
80 MW
1963–1973
shut down
Marviken (R4)
Research, plutonium production
never completed
abandoned in 1970
FR-0
Studsvik
Research, zero-power fast reactor
low
1964–1971
dismantled
Switzerland
Closed plants
Power station reactors
Research reactors
Syria
Taiwan
Power station reactors
Name
Location
Type
Rating, MWe net
Status
604
1978-
604
1979-
948
1981-
948
1983-
890
1984-
890
1985-
1350
Under construction
1350
Under construction
Research reactors
Thailand
  • BangkokTRIGA, Office of Atoms for Peace (installed 1977)
  • BangkokTRIGA MPR 10, Ongkharak Nuclear Research Center (under construction)
Turkey
Location
Status
Reactor
Type
MWe net
Construction Start
Commercial Operation
Proposed
-
VVER pressurized water reactors
4800
-
-
Proposed
-
-
1800
-
-
Research reactors
Fuel pilot plants
  • TRD Fuel Pilot Plant (Turkish Atomic Energy Authority)
Ukraine
Power station reactors
Research reactors
  • Kiev Institute for Nuclear Research
  • Sevastopol Institute of Nuclear Energy and Industry
United Kingdom
Power station reactors
Research reactors
United States of America
Power station reactors
NRC Region One (Northeast)
40°37’24?N 80°25’50?W? / ?40.62333°N 80.43056°W? / 40.62333; -80.43056? (Beaver Valley Nuclear Generating Station)
38°25’55?N 76°26’32?W? / ?38.43194°N 76.44222°W? / 38.43194; -76.44222? (Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Generating Station)
41°28’55?N 72°29’57?W? / ?41.48194°N 72.49917°W? / 41.48194; -72.49917? (Connecticut Yankee Nuclear Power Plant)
43°31’24?N 76°23’54?W? / ?43.52333°N 76.39833°W? / 43.52333; -76.39833? (Fitzpatrick Nuclear Generating Station)
43°16’40?N 77°18’36?W? / ?43.27778°N 77.31°W? / 43.27778; -77.31? (Ginna Nuclear Generating Station)
39°28’4?N 75°32’17?W? / ?39.46778°N 75.53806°W? / 39.46778; -75.53806? (Hope Creek Nuclear Generating Station)
41°16’11?N 73°57’8?W? / ?41.26972°N 73.95222°W? / 41.26972; -73.95222? (Indian Point Energy Center)
40°13’36?N 75°35’14?W? / ?40.22667°N 75.58722°W? / 40.22667; -75.58722? (Limerick nuclear power plant)
43°57’3?N 69°41’45?W? / ?43.95083°N 69.69583°W? / 43.95083; -69.69583? (Maine Yankee)
41°18’43?N 72°10’7?W? / ?41.31194°N 72.16861°W? / 41.31194; -72.16861? (Maine Yankee)
43°31’15?N 76°24’25?W? / ?43.52083°N 76.40694°W? / 43.52083; -76.40694? (Nine Mile Point Nuclear Generating Station)
39°48’53?N 74°12’18?W? / ?39.81472°N 74.205°W? / 39.81472; -74.205? (Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station)
39°45’30?N 76°16’5?W? / ?39.75833°N 76.26806°W? / 39.75833; -76.26806? (Peach Bottom Nuclear Generating Station)
41°56’42?N 70°34’42?W? / ?41.945°N 70.57833°W? / 41.945; -70.57833? (Pilgrim Nuclear Generating Station)
39°27’46?N 75°32’8?W? / ?39.46278°N 75.53556°W? / 39.46278; -75.53556? (Salem Nuclear)
40°13’37?N 78°14’31?W? / ?40.22694°N 78.24194°W? / 40.22694; -78.24194? (Saxton Nuclear Generating Station)
42°53’56?N 70°51’3?W? / ?42.89889°N 70.85083°W? / 42.89889; -70.85083? (Seabrook Station nuclear power plant)
40°37’16?N 80°26’7?W? / ?40.62111°N 80.43528°W? / 40.62111; -80.43528? (Shippingport Reactor)
40°57’40?N 72°51’54?W? / ?40.96111°N 72.865°W? / 40.96111; -72.865? (Shoreham Nuclear Generating Station)
41°5’20?N 76°8’56?W? / ?41.08889°N 76.14889°W? / 41.08889; -76.14889? (Susquehanna Steam Electric Station)
40°9’14?N 76°43’29?W? / ?40.15389°N 76.72472°W? / 40.15389; -76.72472? (Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station)
42°46’44?N 72°30’47?W? / ?42.77889°N 72.51306°W? / 42.77889; -72.51306? (Vermont Yankee)
42°43’40?N 72°55’45?W? / ?42.72778°N 72.92917°W? / 42.72778; -72.92917? (Yankee Rowe)
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1961
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250 kW
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Reactor Critical Facility[17][18]
1 W
1965-
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See also
References
  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Estamos desarrollando el prototipo del Carem en Atucha
  3. ^ HIFAR
  4. ^ OPAL
  5. ^ [2]
  6. ^ Yong, William; Kramer, Andrew E. (21 August 2010). “Iran Opens Its First Nuclear Power Plant”. The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/22/world/middleeast/22bushehr.html?partner=rss&emc=rss. Retrieved 21 August 2010.
  7. ^ [3]
  8. ^ a b [4] – El financiero en línea – “Factible construir centrales nucleares de electricidad en México” (6/2/2006) “A la fecha, México cuenta con cuatro instalaciones nucleares en operación. La central de electricidad nuclear Laguna Verde (CNLV) que opera la CFE y el reactor TRIGA MARK-III en instalaciones del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares. Asimismo, tiene dos ensambles subcríticos en la Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas y en el Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN), que funcionan con fines de investigación.”
  9. ^ Asad Hashim (2009-01-31). “Plan to establish 1,000MW Kanupp-II put on hold”. DAWN Media Group. http://www.dawn.com/2009/01/31/local1.htm. Retrieved 2010-07-04.
  10. ^ David Albright and Paul Brannan (2011-02-09). “Pakistan Appears to be Building a Fourth Military Reactor at the Khushab Nuclear Site”. Institute for Science and International Security. http://isis-online.org/isis-reports/detail/pakistan-appears-to-be-building-a-fourth-military-reactor-at-the-khushab-nu/. Retrieved 2011-03-09.
  11. ^ VVER-210 by Rosenergoatom (russ)
  12. ^ VVER-365 by Rosenergoatom (russ)
  13. ^ Leningrad II 1 on the PRIS of the IAEA
  14. ^ Leningrad II 2 on the PRIS of the IAEA
  15. ^ VK-50 on the PRIS of the IAEA
  16. ^ http://www.tasr.sk/30.axd?k=20090110TBB00423
  17. ^ http://www.osti.gov/geothermal/servlets/purl/505687-xPA1Ut/webviewable/505687.pdf
  18. ^ http://www.rpi.edu/~liue/facilities/facilities.html
  19. ^ Power Reactor Information System of the IAEA: „Nuclear Power Reactor Details – PHUOC DINH 1“
  20. ^ Power Reactor Information System of the IAEA: „Nuclear Power Reactor Details – PHUOC DINH 2“
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