Cook nuclear plant Unit 1 returns to service following planned maintenance outage

Source: Indiana Michigan Power

Indiana Michigan Power's Cook Nuclear Plant Unit 1 was brought back on-line Thursday at 10:52 p.m. after a planned outage to perform maintenance on the unit's main generator. The total duration of the outage was 5 days, 20 hours.

At full capacity, the 1,030-net MW Unit 1 and 1,077-net MW Unit 2 combined produce enough electricity for more than one and one half million average homes.



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