Indian Poin's Unit 3 nuclear power plant returned to service Friday, generating electricity.
Control room operators removed Entergy's Arkansas Nuclear One Unit 2 from service Sept. 20 to begin a refueling outage that brings more than 1,100 additional workers and economic benefits after 465 days of safe, secure and reliable operation.
Thirty years ago this summer, Entergy made history when Grand Gulf Nuclear Station connected to the electric grid for the first time. Three decades later, the people of Grand Gulf, located outside of Vicksburg, are building upon that legacy, providing safe, secure, clean, reliable and affordable power.
The Indian Point Energy Center emergency notification sirens will sound during a regular quarterly test of the system on Wednesday, September 16 between 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Control room operators will remove Indian Point's Unit 3 nuclear power plant from service for a planned maintenance shutdown on Monday evening to replace two water seals that sit between the lid of the reactor and the reactor vessel.
Security officers will be participating in scheduled training drills and weapon testing at the Indian Point Energy Center beginning August 18 and occurring on several weekdays over the next three weeks.
Indian Point’s Unit 3 nuclear power plant returned to service this afternoon, generating electricity a day after control room operators safely and manually shut down the unit after observing fluctuating water levels inside a steam generator.
Control room operators manually and safely shut down Indian Point unit 3 today upon observing fluctuating water levels inside a steam generator.
A failure of insulation caused a main transformer at the Indian Point nuclear power plant's Unit 3 to short circuit and catch fire May 9, Entergy announced today.