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Power Reactor Status Report for August 19, 2004

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Region 1

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Unit Power Down Reason or Comment Change in report (*) Number of Scrams (#)
Beaver Valley 1 100        
Beaver Valley 2 100        
Calvert Cliffs 1 100        
Calvert Cliffs 2 100        
FitzPatrick 93   COASTDOWN TO REFUELING OUTAGE *  
Ginna 100        
Hope Creek 1 99   6A FEEDWATER HEATER OUT OF SERVICE    
Indian Point 2 100        
Indian Point 3 100        
Limerick 1 100        
Limerick 2 100        
Millstone 2 100        
Millstone 3 100        
Nine Mile Point 1 100        
Nine Mile Point 2 100        
Oyster Creek 100        
Peach Bottom 2 98   INCREASING POWER *  
Peach Bottom 3 100        
Pilgrim 1 100        
Salem 1 100        
Salem 2 100        
Seabrook 1 100        
Susquehanna 1 100        
Susquehanna 2 100        
Three Mile Island 1 100        
Vermont Yankee 100        

Region 2

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Unit Power Down Reason or Comment Change in report (*) Number of Scrams (#)
Browns Ferry 1 0 03/03/1985 DEFUELED    
Browns Ferry 2 100        
Browns Ferry 3 100     *  
Brunswick 1 67   INCREASING POWER *  
Brunswick 2 96   MAXIMUM OPERATING POWER    
Catawba 1 100        
Catawba 2 100        
Crystal River 3 100        
Farley 1 100        
Farley 2 100        
Harris 1 100        
Hatch 1 100        
Hatch 2 99   MAXIMUM OPERATING POWER    
McGuire 1 100        
McGuire 2 100        
North Anna 1 100        
North Anna 2 100        
Oconee 1 100        
Oconee 2 100        
Oconee 3 100        
Robinson 2 100        
Saint Lucie 1 100        
Saint Lucie 2 100        
Sequoyah 1 100        
Sequoyah 2 100        
Summer 100        
Surry 1 100        
Surry 2 100        
Turkey Point 3 100        
Turkey Point 4 100        
Vogtle 1 100        
Vogtle 2 100        
Watts Bar 1 100        

Region 3

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Unit Power Down Reason or Comment Change in report (*) Number of Scrams (#)
Braidwood 1 100        
Braidwood 2 100        
Byron 1 100        
Byron 2 100        
Clinton 95   100% ELECTRICAL CAPABILITY    
D.C. Cook 1 100        
D.C. Cook 2 100        
Davis-Besse 100        
Dresden 2 0 08/14/2004 MAIN TURBINE REPAIR OUTAGE    
Dresden 3 99   100% ELECTRICAL CAPABILITY    
Duane Arnold 94   100% ELECTRICAL CAPABILITY    
Fermi 2 75   REDUCING POWER FOR ROD PATTERN ADJUSTMENT *  
Kewaunee 100        
La Salle 1 100        
La Salle 2 100        
Monticello 100        
Palisades 95   INCREASING POWER *  
Perry 1 100        
Point Beach 1 100        
Point Beach 2 100        
Prairie Island 1 91   COASTDOWN TO REFUELING OUTAGE *  
Prairie Island 2 100        
Quad Cities 1 85   LIMITED IN POWER (STEAM DRYER MONITORING)    
Quad Cities 2 85   LIMITED IN POWER (STEAM DRYER MONITORING)    

Region 4

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Unit Power Down Reason or Comment Change in report (*) Number of Scrams (#)
Arkansas Nuclear 1 100        
Arkansas Nuclear 2 100        
Callaway 100        
Columbia Generating Station 0 08/17/2004 STARTUP PREPARATIONS IN PROGRESS FOLLOWING MANUAL REACTOR SCRAM (SEE EN # 40964)    
Comanche Peak 1 100        
Comanche Peak 2 100        
Cooper 100        
Diablo Canyon 1 100        
Diablo Canyon 2 100        
Fort Calhoun 100        
Grand Gulf 1 100        
Palo Verde 1 100        
Palo Verde 2 100        
Palo Verde 3 100        
River Bend 1 94   REDUCING POWER FOR ROD PATTERN ADJUSTMENT *  
San Onofre 2 100        
San Onofre 3 100        
South Texas 1 100        
South Texas 2 100        
Waterford 3 100        
Wolf Creek 1 100        

* - Power Reactor Status Report change within past 24 hours
# - Number of reactor scrams or trips within past 24 hours

Notes:
  • Reactor status data collected between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m. each day.
  • All times are based on eastern time.
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