Unterweser Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Kleinensiel (Municipality of Stadland), in close proximity to Nordenham.

When it first started up, it was the largest nuclear reactor in the world. It has 193 fuel assemblies. In 2004, the measured radioactivity released into the air amounted to 3.8 TBq/a for all radionuclides, and 14 TBq/a in the water.

Unterweser Nuclear Power Plant
Country Germany
Construction began July 1, 1972
Commission date September 29, 1978
Operator(s) E.ON

Reactor information
Reactors operational 1 x 1,410 MW

Power generation information
Annual generation 8,891 GW·h
Net generation 264,888 GW·h

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