Romanian electricity producer Nuclearelectrica announced that unit 2 of its nuclear power plant Cernavoda has been reconnected to the grid in early hours of 30 March and it reached its nominal power until the morning.
Unit 2 of NPP Cernavoda was automatically disconnected from the grid in the morning hours of 29 March, after a glitch in the electric system. Unit 2 has been operating at half capacity on 25 March due to the replacement of a part of the engine on the condensing pump at the conventional part of the unit. The company said that these two disconnections are totally unrelated.
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