Romania: NPP Cernavoda unit 2 got automatically disconnected, SEE Energy News
Romanian electricity producer Nuclearelectrica announced that Unit 2 of its nuclear power plant Cernavoda automatically disconnected from the national energy system in the afternoon of 10 July, following a disfunction in the conventional part of the unit, without any impact on the nuclear part.
NPP Cernavoda specialists investigate the cause and work on its remediation in order to reconnect Unit 2 to the grid.
The automatic disconnection of Unit 2 took place in safety conditions, all the systems of the unit functioning in compliance with the project.
It is expected that unit 2 will be reconnected to the grid in the evening hours of 12 July, bit nothing has been officially confirmed.
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