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Vandellòs Nuclear Power Plant
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Data
Country Spain
Owner Endesa (78%)
Operator ANAV
Built 1967
Start of commercial operation August 2, 1972
Reactors
Reactors active 1 (1,087 MW)
Reactors shut down 1 (500 MW)
Power
Total power generation in 2006 7,023 GW·h
Average annual generation (last 5 yrs) 7,325 GW·h
Net generation 191,546 GW·h
Other details
License expires 2027
As of July 25, 2007

The Vandellòs Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power station in Vandellòs (province Tarragona) in Spain.

Unit one was a 508 MWe carbon dioxide gas cooled reactor modeled on the UNGG station at the Saint Laurent Nuclear Power Plant in France. It was shut down on 31 July, 1990, following a fire in one of its two turbogenerators in October 1989.

Unit two is a 1080 MWe PWR. The station's owners are: 72 % Endesa and 28 % Iberdrola.

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Coordinates: 40°57′5″N 0°52′0″E / 40.95139°N 0.866667°E / 40.95139; 0.866667

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