Plant Farley nuclear Unit 1 completes scheduled refueling outage

 Plant Farley nuclear Unit 1 completes scheduled refueling outage

Southern Nuclear's (NYSE: SO) Plant Farley 1 in Alabama returned to service after completing an almost two-month refueling and maintenance outage.
Unit 1 was taken offline on March 28 and returned to service on May 7. During the outage, workers also made upgrades to plant systems and components and performed regular maintenance and testing. The last outage for Unit 1 was completed in fall 2013.
In addition to the 900 Plant Farley staff, more than 800 additional workers from Westinghouse, Siemens (NYSE: SI), Williams and other companies performed specialized tasks.
Unit 2 continued to operate at full power during Unit 1’s shutdown.
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