List of nuclear reactors

List of nuclear reactors is a comprehensive annotated list of all the nuclear reactors of the world, sorted by country. This list excludes nuclear marine propulsion reactors, except those at land installations, and .

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Algeria

Antarctica

  • McMurdo Station - PM-3A NNPU "Nukey Poo" US Navy power reactor (operational 1962, shut down 1972, fully dismantled 1979)

Argentina

Power station reactors

*Atucha I [1] PHWR, 335 MWe
*Atucha II (under construction [2]) PHWR, 692 MWe

Research reactors

All reactors owned and operated by the National Atomic Energy Commission except as noted
  • RA-0, built 1964, 0.01 kWt, tank type, owned and operated by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
  • RA-1 Enrico Fermi, built 1957, 40 kWt, tank type.
  • RA-2, built 1965, 0.03 kWt, critical assembly type (shut down on 1983/09/01)
  • RA-3, built 1963, 5,000 kWt, pool type.
  • RA-4 (former SUR-100), built 1971, HOMOG type, owned and operated by Universidad Nacional de Rosario
  • RA-6, built 1978, 500 kWt, pool type.
  • RA-8, built 1986, 0.01 kWt, critical assembly type (shut down)

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Bangladesh

  • Dhaka - TRIGA Mark II, Atomic Energy Research Establishment (installed 1986)

Belarus

  • Sosny, Minsk
  • IRT research reactor (shut down 1988)
  • "Pamir" - mobile nuclear power reactor test (shut down 1986)

Belgium

  • Mol (BR-3) - PWR reactor (shut down)
  • Doel - 2 PWR reactors 412 MWe each; 1 PWR reactor 1,056 MWe; 1 PWR reactor 1,041 MWe
  • Tihange - 1 PWR reactor 870 MWe; 2 PWR reactors 930 MWe each

Brazil

Power Reactors

Research Reactors

Bulgaria

Canada

Ontario

Ontario Power Generation Pickering A
  • UNIT 1 - 515 MW CANDU
  • UNIT 2 - 515 MW CANDU (Currently out of service)
  • UNIT 3 - 515 MW CANDU (Currently out of service)
  • UNIT 4 - 515 MW CANDU
Ontario Power Generation Pickering B Ontario Power Generation Darlington Bruce Power Bruce A
  • UNIT 1 - 750 MW CANDU (Under refurbishment and online in 2009)
  • UNIT 2 - 750 MW CANDU (Under refurbishment and online in 2010)
  • UNIT 3 - 750 MW CANDU
  • UNIT 4 - 750 MW CANDU
Bruce Power Bruce B

Quebec

Hydro-Quebec Gentilly Nuclear Generating Station
  • UNIT 1 - 250 MW (Shutdown in 1977)
  • UNIT 2 - 635 MW CANDU-6

New Brunswick

NB Power Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station
  • UNIT 1 - 635 MW CANDU-6

Research reactors

Chile

  • RECH 1 - Pool-type reactor, 5 MWt MTR - CCHEN - Comisión Chilena de Energía Nuclear - Santiago, (criticality 1974)
  • RECH 2 - Pool-type reactor, 10 MWt MTR - CCHEN - Comisión Chilena de Energía Nuclear - Santiago, (criticality 1977, refurbished 1989)

China

Name Type Capacity (MWe), net/gross Status
Daya Bay 1 (Guangdong 1)PWR944/984Connected to the grid on August 31, 1993
Daya Bay 2 (Guangdong 2)PWR944/984Connected to the grid on February 2, 1994
Ling'ao 1 (Lingao A)PWR938/990Connected to the grid on February 26, 2002
Ling'ao 2 (Lingao B)PWR938/990Connected to the grid on December 15, 2002
Qinshan 1 (formerly, Qinshan)PWR279/300Connected to the grid on December 15, 1991
Qinshan 2-A (formerly, Qinshan 2, of Qinshan 2-A)PWR610/642Connected to the grid on February 2, 2002
Qinshan 2-B (formerly, Qinshan 3)PWR610/642Connected to the grid on March 4, 2004
Qinshan 3-APHWR665/728Connected to the grid in April 2003
Qinshan 3-BPHWR665/728Connected to the grid in July 2003
Tianwan-1 (Lianyungang)VVER1,000/1,060Connected to the grid on May 12, 2006
Tianwan-2 (Lianyungang)VVER1,000/1,060Connected to the grid on May 14, 2007
Total Capacity8,593/9,108
Units in the Construction Pipeline
Qinshan-4A???610/650Concrete poured 3/06
Total Capacity1,610/1,710
Source: EIA Reactor Summaries and PRIS database

Colombia

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Cuba

  • Juragua, Cienfuegos - the construction of two 417 MW VVER-440 V213 reactors was suspended in 1992 following the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Czech Republic

Denmark

  • Risø - DR-3 DIDO class experimental reactor (shut down permanently in 2000)
  • Risø - DR-2 experimental reactor (shut down in 1975)
  • Risø - DR-1 experimental reactor (shut down permanently in 2001)

Egypt

  • Inshas Nuclear Research Center
  • ETTR-1 - 2 MW LWR (supplied by USSR, 1958)
  • ETTR-2 - 22 MW reactor (supplied by Argentine INVAP, 1998)

Estonia

  • Paldiski - 2 PWR naval training reactors (dismantled)

Finland

Nuclear power plants in Finland ()
 Active plants
*Olkiluoto-1 - a BWR
*Olkiluoto-2 - a BWR
*Olkiluoto-3 - an EPR, foundation stone laid September 12, 2005
Total 4 currently operating reactors, further one under construction.

Research reactor:
  • Espoo - TRIGA Mark II, State Institute for Technical Research (installed 1962)

France

Germany

Research Reactors

  • Lingen (Emsland)
  • Hahn-Meitner Institut - research reactor (BENSC)

Shut Down

Greece

  • GRR-1 - 5 MW research reactor at Demokritos National Centre for Scientific Research, Athens

Hungary

  • Paks - 4 VVER 430 MWe reactors
  • Budapest
  • Technical University of Budapest (BME) Institute of Nuclear Techniques - University Research Reactor
  • KFKI Atomic Energy Research Institute KFKI (10 MW Budapest Research Reactor)
  • Debrecen
  • Institute of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (20 MV cyclotron and a 5 MV Van de Graaff accelerator)

India

Power station reactors

For more information: Electricity in India [3]
Name Location Type Rating, MWe Status
Tarapur Atomic Power StationTarapur, MaharashtraBWR160Operational October 1969-
BWR160Operational October 1969-
PHWR540Operational August 2006-
PHWR540Operational September 2005-
Rajasthan Atomic Power StationRawatbhata, RajasthanPHWR100Operational December 1973-
PHWR200Operational April 1981-
PHWR220Operational June 2000-
PHWR220Operational December 2000-
PHWR220Under construction, online August 2007?
PHWR220Under construction, online February 2008?
Madras Atomic Power StationKalpakkam, TamilnaduPHWR170Operational January 1984-
PHWR220Operational March 1986-
Narora Atomic Power StationNarora, Uttar PradeshPHWR220Operational January 1991-
PHWR220Operational July 1992-
Kakrapar Atomic Power StationKakrapar, GujaratPHWR220Operational May 1993-
PHWR220Operational September 1995-
Kaiga Atomic Power StationKaiga, KarnatakaPHWR220Operational November 2000-
PHWR220Operational March 2000-
PHWR220Under construction, online March 2007?
PHWR220Under construction, online September 2007?
Koodankulam Nuclear Power PlantKudankulam, Tamil NaduVVER1000Under construction, online December 2007?
VVER1000Under construction, online December 2008?
Atomic Power Stations in India ()
 Active plants
 Under construction plants

Research reactors

Indonesia

  • Bandung - TRIGA Mark II (250 kW installed 1965, 2MW installed 1997)
  • Yogyakarta - TRIGA Mark II (100 kW installed 1979)
  • Serpong - SIWABESSY 30MWth Multi-Purpose Reactor (installed 1987)

Iran

Research reactors

  • Tehran - TRIGA reactor at Tehran Nuclear Research Center (supplied by USA, 1967)
  • Isfahan, Nuclear Technology Center (mainly supplied by China http://www.baztab.com/news/34161.php)
  • MNSR 27 kWt miniature neutron source reactor (MNSR)
  • Light Water Subcritical Reactor (LWSCR)
  • Heavy Water Zero Power Reactor (HWZPR)
  • Graphite Subcritical Reactor (GSCR)
  • Bonab Nuclear Research Center
  • Ramsar Nuclear Research Center

Power station reactors

  • Bushehr
  • Bushehr-1 - 915MWe VVER-1000 PWR (under construction, planned commissioning 2006)
  • Bushehr-2 - construction suspended

Heavy water production reactors

  • Arak - IR-40 Heavy Water Reactor (under construction, planned commissioning 2014)

Uranium enrichment plants

Nuclear fuel sites

Iraq

Israel

Italy

Power station reactors

Research reactors

  • Pavia - TRIGA Mark II, University of Pavia Mark II (installed 1965)
  • Rome - TRIGA Mark II, ENEA Casaccia Research Center (installed 1960)

Jamaica

Japan

Power station reactors

Name Location Type Rating, MWe Status Operator
Fukushima I-1Futaba, FukushimaBWR439Operational March 1971東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima I-2BWR760Operational July 1974東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima I-3BWR760Operational March 1976東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima I-4BWR760Operational October 1978東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima I-5BWR760Operational April 1978東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima I-6BWR1067Operational October 1979東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima II-1Naraha, FukushimaBWR1067Operational April 1982東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima II-2BWR1067Operational February 1984東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima II-3BWR1067Operational June 1985東京電力 - TEPCO
Fukushima II-4BWR1067Operational August 1987東京電力 - TEPCO
Genkai-1Genkai, SagaPWR529Operational October 1975九州電力 - Kyūshū Electric
Genkai-2PWR529Operational March 1981九州電力 - Kyūshū Electric
Genkai-3PWR1127Operational March 1994九州電力 - Kyūshū Electric
Genkai-4PWR1127Operational July 1997九州電力 - Kyūshū Electric
Hamaoka-1Omaezaki, ShizuokaBWR515Operational March 1976中部電力 - Chūbu Electric
Hamaoka-2BWR806Operational November 1978中部電力 - Chūbu Electric
Hamaoka-3BWR1056Operational August 1987中部電力 - Chūbu Electric
Hamaoka-4BWR1092Operational September 1993中部電力 - Chūbu Electric
Hamaoka-5ABWR1380Operational January 2005中部電力 - Chūbu Electric
Higashidōri-1Higashidōri, AomoriBWR1067Operational December 2005東北電力 - Tōhoku Electric
Higashidōri-1Higashidōri, AomoriABWRConstruction to begin 2008東京電力 - TEPCO
Higashidōri-2Higashidōri, AomoriABWRConstruction to begin 2010東北電力 - Tōhoku Electric
Higashidōri-2Higashidōri, AomoriABWRConstruction to begin 2011東京電力 - TEPCO
Ikata-1Ikata, EhimePWR538Operational September 1977四国電力 - YONDEN
Ikata-2PWR838Operational March 1982四国電力 - YONDEN
Ikata-3PWR846Operational December 1994四国電力 - YONDEN
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-1Kashiwazaki, NiigataBWR1067Operational September 1985東京電力 - TEPCO
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-2BWR 1067Operational September 1990東京電力 - TEPCO
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-3BWR 1067Operational August 1993東京電力 - TEPCO
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-4BWR 1067Operational August 1994東京電力 - TEPCO
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-5BWR 1067Operational April 1990東京電力 - TEPCO
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-6ABWR1315Operational November 1996東京電力 - TEPCO
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-7ABWR1315Operational July 1997東京電力 - TEPCO
Mihama-1Mihama, FukuiPWR320Operational November 1970関西電力 - KEPCO
Mihama-2PWR470Operational July 1972関西電力 - KEPCO
Mihama-3PWR780Operational December 1976関西電力 - KEPCO
MonjuTsurugaFBR320Non-operational, Reopen in 2008日本原子力研究開発機構 - JAEA
Ōi-1Ōi, FukuiPWR1120Operational March 1979関西電力 - KEPCO
Ōi-2PWR1120Operational December 1979関西電力 - KEPCO
Ōi-3PWR1127Operational December 1991関西電力 - KEPCO
Ōi-4PWR1127Operational February 1993関西電力 - KEPCO
Onagawa-1Onagawa, MiyagiBWR498Operational June 1984東北電力 - Tōhoku Electric
Onagawa-2BWR796Operational July 1995東北電力 - Tōhoku Electric
Onagawa-3BWR798Operational January 2002東北電力 - Tōhoku Electric
Sendai-1Satsumasendai, KagoshimaPWR846Operational July 1984九州電力 - Kyūshū Electric
Sendai-2PWR846Operational November 1985九州電力 - Kyūshū Electric
Shika-1Shika, IshikawaBWR505Operational July 1993北陸電力 - RIKUDEN
Shika-2ABWR1358Operational March 2006北陸電力 - RIKUDEN
Shimane-1Kashima, Mitsue, ShimaneBWR439Operational March 1974中国電力 - Chūgoku Electric
Shimane-2BWR789Operational February 1989中国電力 - Chūgoku Electric
Shimane-3ABWR1373Under construction, online Dec 2011中国電力 - Chūgoku Electric
Takahama-1Takahama, FukuiPWR780Operational November 1974関西電力 - KEPCO
Takahama-2PWR780Operational November 1975関西電力 - KEPCO
Takahama-3PWR830Operational January 1985関西電力 - KEPCO
Takahama-4PWR830Operational June 1985関西電力 - KEPCO
Tokai-1Tokai, IbarakiGCR169Operational 1966-1998日本原子力発電 - JAPC
Tokai-2BWR1056Operational November 1978日本原子力発電 - JAPC
Tomari-1Tomari, HokkaidoPWR550Operational June 1989北海道電力 - HEPCO
Tomari-2PWR550Operational April 1991北海道電力 - HEPCO
Tomari-3PWR912Under construction, online Dec 2009北海道電力 - HEPCO
Tsuruga-1Tsuruga, FukuiBWR341Operational March 1970日本原子力発電 - JAPC
Tsuruga-2PWR1115Operational February 1987日本原子力発電 - JAPC
JPDR-IIBWR131963-1982
Nuclear power plants in Japan ()
 Active plants
 Suspended operation plants
 Future plants

Research reactors

Kazakhstan

Power station reactors

  • Aktau (Kazakhstan State Corporation for Atomic Power and Industry)
  • BN-350 135 MWe reactor (shut down 1999)

Research reactors

  • Alatau, Institute of Nuclear Physics of the National Nuclear Center
  • VVR-K 10MWe reactor
  • Kurchatov, National Nuclear Center, Semipalatinsk Test Site
  • IVG-1M 60 MW
  • RA - zirconium hydride moderated reactor (dismantled)
  • IGR (Impulse Graphite Reactor) 50 MW

Latvia

  • Salaspils, Nuclear Research Center
  • 5 MWe research reactor (shut down)

Libya

  • Tajura Nuclear Research Center, 10MW research reactor (supplied by USSR)

Lithuania

*Ignalina-1, RBMK, shut down on December 31, 2004 per EU demand
*Ignalina-2, RBMK, scheduled to be shut down in 2009. 1360 MWe.

Malaysia

  • Kuala Lumpur - TRIGA Mark II, Malaysian Institute for Nuclear Technology (installed 1982)

Mexico

"A la fecha, México cuenta con cuatro instalaciones nucleares en operación. La central de electricidad nuclear Laguna Verde (CNLV) que opera la CFE y el reactor TRIGA MARK-III en instalaciones del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares.

Asimismo, tiene dos ensambles subcríticos en la Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas y en el Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN), que funcionan con fines de investigación."


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Nuclear marine propulsion is propulsion of a ship powered by a nuclear reactor. Naval nuclear propulsion is propulsion that specifically refers to naval warships (see Nuclear navy).
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Armenia

  • Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant
  • Armenia-1 440 MW VVER operational 1976-1989, shut down after Spitak earthquake

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من الشعب و للشعب    (Arabic)
"From the people and for the people"

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NUR Reactor is an open pool research reactor at Centre de Dévéloppement des Techniques Nucléaires in Algiers.

Built by INVAP, it is 1MWt and based on RA-6. It achieved first criticality in April 1989.

External links

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McMurdo Station is the largest community in Antarctica (capable of supporting up to 1,258 residents[1]) and a science research center operated by the United States through the United States Antarctic Program, a branch of the National Science Foundation.
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The Army Nuclear Power Program (ANPP) was a program of the United States Army to develop small pressurized water and boiling water nuclear power reactors for use in remote sites.

Eight reactors were built in all:
  • SM-1, 2 MWe.

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En unión y libertad   (Spanish)
"In Union and Freedom"
Anthem
Himno Nacional Argentino
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Atucha I is one of two operational nuclear power plants of Argentina. It is located in the town of Lima, Zárate, province of Buenos Aires, about 100 km from Buenos Aires City, on the right-hand shore of the Paraná de las Palmas River.
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The Embalse nuclear power plant (Spanish: Central Nuclear Embalse) is one of the two operational nuclear power plants in Argentina. It is located on the southern shore of a reservoir on the Río Tercero, near the city of Embalse, province of Córdoba, 110 km south-west of
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The CANDU reactor is a pressurized heavy water reactor developed initially in the late 1950s and 1960s by a partnership between Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL), the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario (now known as Ontario Power Generation), Canadian General
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The National Atomic Energy Commission (Spanish: Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica, CNEA) is the Argentine government agency in charge of nuclear energy research and development.
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Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (UNC), is one of the oldest universities in South America, and is the second oldest in Argentina[1]. It is located in Córdoba, the capital of Córdoba Province.
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RA-1 Enrico Fermi is a research reactor in Argentina and the first nuclear reactor to be built in that country. Construction started April 1957, with first criticality 17 January 1958.
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Universidad Nacional de Rosario (National University of Rosario, UNR) is a research, educational and public university located in the city of Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina.

Academic units

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The Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant (Armenian: Մեծամոր ատոմակայան), also known as Oktemberyan or Medzamor
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Lucas Heights is a suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 31km south-west of the Sydney central business district in the Sutherland Shire.

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Moata was a 100 kW thermal Argonaut class reactor located at Lucas Heights near Sydney, Australia. Moata went critical at 5:50am on 10 April, 1961 and ended operations on 31 May, 1995. The reactor has since been permanently shutdown.
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Lucas Heights is a suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 31km south-west of the Sydney central business district in the Sutherland Shire.

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OPAL (Open Pool Australian Lightwater reactor) is a 20 megawatt pool-type nuclear research reactor that was officially opened in April 2007 at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO)
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Lucas Heights is a suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 31km south-west of the Sydney central business district in the Sutherland Shire.

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Land der Berge, Land am Strome   (German)
Land of Mountains, Land on the River
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Seibersdorf is an Austrian market town with 1,283 residents in the District of Baden in Lower Austria.

Geography

Seibersdorf lies in the industrial belt of Lower Austria. The municipality has an area of 20.2 km², 9.36 percent of which is forested.
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ASTRA was a type of nuclear research reactor built in Seibersdorf, Austria. The acronym stands for Adaptierter Schwimmbecken-Typ-Reaktor Austria (Adapted swimming pool-type reactor Austria). ASTRA operated from 1960 to 1999. See also: Austrian Research Centers (ARC).
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