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|The 20 sites of nuclear power plants in France||10/02/2005||956|
|This is an update including power units details to replace previous existing "France Nuclear Plants" file||07/04/2006||1,089|
|Imagery after the Tsunami, on March 11, 2011.|
Includes the towns of Tomioka, Minamisoma, and Soma, both Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants, Sendai Airport, Matsushima Air Field and Tagajo Port.
|Global nuclear power plants, reactors, etc. Only Perry, Ohio, USA, appears purposely blurred (censored).||01/05/2006||4,672|
|Sellafield is operated by British Nuclear Group. It houses the Thorp nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the Magnox nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the inactive Calder Hall Magnox nuclear power station (the world's first commercial nuclear power station), and other older nuclear facilities. Formally known as Windscale.||01/19/2006||1,074|
|French nuclear plants including prototype and research reactors||03/04/2006||719|
|Ignalina Nuclear Power Plantin Lithuania. These are the largest nuclear reactors for electric energy. Each of them has a thermal power of 4800 MW. ||07/29/2005||734|
|Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant is located in Central Ukraine near the city of Zaporizhia, on the banks of the Kakhovka Reservoir on the Dnipro river. It has 6 VVER-1000 pressurized light water nuclear reactors, each with a power rating of 950 MWe, with total power output of 5700 MWe. The first five were successively brought online between 1985 and 1989, and the sixth was added in 1995. The pl...||11/21/2008||502|
|The Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Bulgaria situated 200 km north of Sofia and 5 km east of Kozloduy, a town on the Danube river, near the border with Romania. It is the country's only nuclear power plant. The construction of the plant began on 6 April 1970.|
Kozloduy NPP manages six pressurized water reactors with a total output of 3760 MWe at present. F...
|Angra I, Angra II - Nuclear Power Plants|
Angra dos Reis - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
|Barsebaeck Block I and II Nuclear Power Plants. Both blocks have now been shut down, Block I in 1999 Block II in 2005. ||09/29/2005||407|
|The Nuclear power station Oskarshamn is one of three active nuclear power stations in Sweden. The plant is about 30 kilometers north of Oskarshamn directly at the Kalmarsund at the Baltic Sea coast and with three reactors produces about 10% of the electricity needs for Sweden. All reactors use BWR technology.|
Unit 1 has an installed output of 487 MW, block 2 had 627 MW. Unit 3, w...