Nuclear power plant shuts down for refueling

Control room operators at the two-unit, 2,000 MW Indian Point Energy Center shut down the Unit 2 nuclear power plant for its 20th scheduled refueling outage at 12:01 a.m. on March 5.

Entergy (NYSE: ETR) said it will add about 900 contractors at Indian Point to work on maintenance and refueling activities during the shutdown.

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