Nuclear power unit returned to service

Exelon (NYSE: EXC) returned Unit 2 of the 2,345 MW Limerick Generating Station to full power June 5 following a successful planned maintenance outage. During the outage, workers replaced a turbine control valve, a component that regulates steam to the turbine.

Limerick Unit 1 continued to operate at full power during the outage. The Limerick station is in southeastern Pennsylvania, about 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia.

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