Exterior of the Almaraz nuclear energy plant, in Almaraz (Cáceres).
The automated shutdown was notified at 11:30 a.m. this Tuesday in Unit II The plant’s technical staff is finishing up the required work to establish the origin of this “anomaly” The plant is in a “steady scenario” with the Unit I operating at 100% energy
The Almaraz nuclear energy plant (Cáceres) has notified the Nuclear Safety Council (CSN), following the established procedures, that at 11:30 a.m. this Tuesday, December 6, there was an automated shutdown of Unit II because of the of the protections of the turbine originating from the electrical generator.
The technical staff of the set up is finishing up the required work to establish the origin of this “anomaly” which “has had no affect on the security of individuals, nor on the set up, nor on the surroundings.”
The safety methods have labored in line with the plant’s design and the plant is in a “steady scenario” with Unit I working at 100% energy, the Almaraz nuclear energy plant reported in a press launch.