Monday, March 10, 2008

Nuclear Plant In Wisconsin

The point shore nuclear plant in Wisconsin is undergone some extraordinary examination by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission as the effect of an electrical transformer breakdown last week, the NRC said on Tuesday.

The transformer was unsuccessful on Jan. 15, which causes the 514-megawatt Unit 1 to drop power from exterior to the plant, which is situated near Two Rivers, Wisconsin, and owned by FPL power. The FPL Group Inc contributory last October bought the two-unit plant for $924 million from Wisconsin power Corporation.

Power supply networks are the time support of new industry, except their quality and consistency are not often questioned. Manufacturers are essentially involved only in whether current is flowing or not. The greater part of company never inquiry how good or bad the value of the power source they are using basically is.


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