The Grohnde Nuclear Power Plant is located in Hamelin-Pyrmont in Lower Saxony. It has one reactor that uses 193 fuel assemblies and utilizes both Enriched Uranium and MOX fuel. In the years 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990 and 1998 the reactor produced the most net electricity for the respective year than any other reactor in the world. The Plant is of the pressurized water reactor type, using four water based coolant cycles, kept under high pressure.
Grohnde Nuclear Power Plant
Country Germany
Construction began 1975
Commission date September 4, 1984
Owner(s) 83.3% E.ON
16.7% Stadtwerke Bielefeld
Operator(s) GKKG Grohnde

Reactor information
Reactors operational 1 x 1430 MW

Power generation information
Annual generation 10,996 GW·h
Net generation 235,649 GW·h

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