TVA’s Sequoyah Unit 1 Completes Refueling


By Editors of Power Engineering

The Tennessee Valley Authority announced Unit 1 of the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant has completed its scheduled refueling and maintenance outage and has returned to full capacity.

During the outage, TVA replaced 72 of the unit’s 193 fuel assemblies, carried out inspections of the reactor vessel, undertook several modifications to improve safety and replaced or refurbished motors valves and plant components.

Sequoyah Unit 1 is one of seven reactors currently operated by TVA.

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