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José Cabrera nuclear power plant
Zorita NPP
Zorita NPP
Data
Country Spain
Owner Union Fenosa Generation S.A.
Operator Union Electrica Fenosa, S.A.
Built 1964
Start of commercial operation August 13, 1969
Ceased operation April 30, 2006
Reactors
Reactors shut down 1 (150 MW)
Power
Total power generation in 2006 392 GW·h
Average annual generation (last 5 yrs) 935 GW·h
Net generation 34,628 GW·h
Other details
As of August 1, 2007

José Cabrera nuclear power plant (also known as José Cabrera in English or Zorita[1]) is a nuclear power station in Almonacid de Zorita, 70 kilometers (45 miles) east of Madrid, Spain.

The power plant consists of a single PWR of 160MWe. Construction began in 1964, and commercial operation in 1968. The reactor is due to be dismantled in 2006.

Central nuclear José Cabrera is the plant name in Spanish, and the name of a 1969 documentary film concerning the plant.

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2003 incident

The Nuclear Safety Council has investigated the plant's deficient security system and a missing screw that prevented the reactor from resuming operations after a month-long refueling operation in December 2003.

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Coordinates: 40°20′57″N 2°53′4″W / 40.34917°N 2.88444°W / 40.34917; -2.88444

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