Winds knock Spanish nuclear power plant offline

Vandellos II nuclear power plant Spain shut down strong winds Endesa Iberdrola

The 1,000 MW Vandellos II nuclear power plant in Spain went offline Tuesday.

Strong winds in the region knocked out an electrical connection. According to Reuters. The shutdown did not negatively affect workers or the public. Endesa and Iberdrola jointly own the power plant.

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