Nuclear Reactor Outages Numerical Data

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The current status of the 100 US commercial nuclear reactors is listed below. A complete shutdown means that a reactor is outputing 0 MW whereas a partial shutdown means that a reactor is powering down for maintenance and refueling or is powering up after servicing. The estimated volume of natural gas that is burned daily to compensate for the shutdown is listed as well. Information regarding the reason for the shutdown and estimated time until the reactor is restarted can be found on the NRC website HERE.

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