Nuclear Core Make-Up Tanks Delivered to Plant Vogtle Site

Nuclear Core Make-Up Tanks Delivered to Plant Vogtle Site

Two core make-up tanks and a steam generator were recently delivered to the Plant Vogtle nuclear plant site in Georgia.
The tanks, each weighing 149 tons, were fabricated and shipped from Italy to the Port of Savannah and transported to the site via train. The Unit 4 Steam Generator A was delivered to the port from South Korea. Since May 2014, the Port of Savannah has processed more than 24,800 tons of equipment and components for Vogtle units 3 and 4.
Southern Nuclear, a unit of Southern Co. (NYSE: SO), is overseeing construction of and will operate the two 1,100-MW Westinghouse AP1000 reactors.
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