Bulgaria’s Kozloduy plant reconnects nuclear reactor after maintenance

Bulgaria's Kozloduy plant

Bulgaria’s state nuclear power plant Kozloduy reconnected on Saturday its 1,000-megawatt nuclear reactor Unit 6 after planned maintenance and refueling, the plant said.

Kozloduy, situated at the Danube River, said that the Soviet-made reactor was reconnected to the national power grid at 0647 GMT, after clearance by its nuclear regulator. The reactor was shut on Sept. 22.

The other reactor, Unit 5, is working at full capacity, the plant said.

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