Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Unit Returns to Service After Refueling

 Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Unit Returns to Service After Refueling

Operators with Exelon (NYSE: EXC) returned Calvert Cliffs nuclear Unit 1 to full power March 14 after a planned refueling outage that started Feb. 15.
While the reactor was shut down, workers replaced one-third of the fuel and performed maintenance activities, tests and safety inspections on a variety of plant components and systems to enhance safety and equipment reliability.
Calvert Cliffs hired an additional 1,500 workers to help with the project. Unit 2 ran at full power during the outage.
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