Nuclear Bulletin June 26, 2019

The world’s first nuclear power plant turns 65 The first nuclear plant that produced electricity, the Russian Obninsk, turns 65 today. It was connected to the power grid in 1954, and with its scarcely 5 megawatts of generation, it became the first nuclear installation to produce electricity in a non-experimental way. It gave light to about 2,000 homes. It followed two years later, Calder Hall 1, in England, with 50 megawatts. More information in: Reactor Engineering and Technology Wiki and Rosatom. Argentina: Two reactors under construction and one on the way   Two designs of reactors and one imported are the major projects that Argentina has today in nuclear matters. Own are the Carem, a small reactor producer of energy with which Argentina wants to go out […]

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