The Salem 2 Nuclear Power Plant is Shut Down – RSOE

The Salem 2 nuclear power plant in southern New Jersey is shut down because of a problem with a reactor coolant pump.

Spokesman Jo Delmar tells Today’s Sunbeam of Salem that the Salem 2 reactor went offline automatically at 6 p.m. Sunday. Delmar says an auxiliary pump automatically kicked in when the main pump shut down. He says the cause is under investigation.

Salem 2 is one of three reactors operated at the Artificial Island generating site in Lower Alloways Creek Township on the Delaware River.

The Salem 1 and Hope Creek reactors continue to operate at full power. The three plants provide enough electricity to power 3 million homes.

Source: hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?edis=NC-20110628-31324-USA

Richard [WinCom7]


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