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Mon April 30, 2012
Reactor no. 2 back online at Michigan's Cook Nuclear Power Plant
American Electric Power officials say reactor no. 2 at the Cook Nuclear Plant in southwest Michigan came back online Saturday after a 38-day refueling and maintenance shutdown.
Cook Nuclear Plant is located north of Bridgman, Michigan.
From an AEP press release:
Indiana Michigan Power’s Cook Nuclear Plant Unit 2 returned to service today at 4:47 p.m. following a refueling outage that began March 21. In addition to refueling the reactor and performing regular maintenance and testing work, the 38-day, 16-hour outage also included the installation of new main output transformers.
ABC 57 reports reactor no. 1 will be refueled next year.
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