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Nov 07, 2022 17:25 EEST
November 7 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's sole nuclear power plant (NPP) Kozloduy reconnected to the grid its 1,000-MW Unit 6 after a technical problem in the non-nuclear part of the unit was fixed, the power plant operator said.
After resolving the technical glitch in the cooling system of the electricity generator of Unit 6, the required tests were carried out and they showed that all systems are functioning properly, the power plant operator said in a press release on Saturday.
Unit 6, one of Kozloduy NPP's two Russian-made operating units of 1,000 MW each, was shut down on October 29 to resove the problem. The power plant's other 1,000-MW Unit 5 is operating according to plan.
Last week, caretaker energy minister Rosen Hristov said that the government plans to launch a tender to select a fresh nuclear fuel supplier that will not be connected to Russia. Deliveries of nuclear fuel from Russia are uncertain because of Moscow's current unwillingness to cooperate on a number of issues, so Bulgaria is looking to US and EU suppliers, Hristov noted.
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