Power network fault causes Paks reactor trip

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The Paks Nuclear Power Plant reported a reactor trip on Wednesday caused by a fault in the electricity network, state news wire MTI reported.

The plantʼs number two reactor was expected to start operating at capacity in the evening, once the problem is resolved, operator MVM Paksi Atomerőmű said on its website.

The trip has no effect on nuclear safety and does not impact the operation of the plantʼs other three reactors, which are operating at 100% capacity, the operator added.

Each of the plantʼs four reactors has a nominal capacity of 500 MW. Paks accounts for about half of Hungaryʼs domestic electricity production, noted MTI.

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