United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

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PGE  Portland General Electric Company

     Stephen M.  Quennoz
     Trojan Site Executive

                                   May 02, 1996


                                   Trojan Nuclear Plant
                                   Docket 50-344
                                   License NPF-1

U.S.  Nuclear Regulatory Commission
ATTN: Document Control Desk
Washington, DC 20555

Dear Sirs:

Revision to Title 10 of the
Code of Federal Regulations, Part 21
(10 CFR 21), Report on Electrical Terminations

By letter dated September 12, 1991, Portland General Electric Company
(PGE) notified you of intent to further evaluate the conclusions
presented in a 10 CFR 21 report dated August 20, 1991 regarding defective
bolted splice electrical termination kits.

This evaluation has been completed and is summarized in the attached
report NPE-39 prepared for PGE by Stone and Webster Engineering
Corporation.  This report supports PGE's original determination (report
of August 20, 1991) that circuits with post-accident safety and
monitoring functions were qualified to perform those functions.


                                   Stephen M.  Quennoz
                                   Trojan Site Executive


c:   L.J. Callan NRC Region IV
     D. Stewart-Smith, ODOE
     Dr. B.D. Spitzberg, NRC Region IV
     R.A. Scarano, NRC Region IV
     M.T. Masnik, NRC, NRR

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