The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) listed 16 reactor units as being offline in its April 10 morning report.
That represents an operating capacity of roughly 16,700 MW of nuclear operating capacity currently offline at units that list zero generation. (The figure does not represent diminished capacity at nuclear units listing far less than 100% generation on April 10).
The vast majority of the offline units are down for regularly-scheduled refueling and maintenance outages. Most domestic reactors have scheduled refueling roughly every 18 months. Such work is typically scheduled to occur during the low-demand spring and fall shoulder seasons.
Here’s a rundown of the units now offline:
**Dominion (NYSE:D) Millstone 2 in Connecticut (900 MW);
** Constellation Energy Nuclear Group (CENG) Nine Mile Point 2 in New York (1,150 MW);
** NextEra Energy (NYSE:NEE) Seabrook 1 in New Hampshire (1,250 MW);
**Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) McGuire 2 in North Carolina (1,100 MW);
** NextEra Saint Lucie 2 in Florida (1,000 MW);
** SCANA (NYSE:SCG) V.C. Summer in South Carolina (950 MW);
** NextEra Turkey Point 3 in Florida (800 MW);
** Southern (NYSE:SO) Vogtle 1 in Georgia (1,150 MW);
** Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Watts Bar 1 in Tennessee (1,100 MW);
** FirstEnergy (NYSE:FE) Davis-Besse in Ohio (890 MW);
** NextEra Point Beach 2 in Wisconsin (590 MW);
**Exelon (NYSE:EXC) Quad Cities 2 in Illinois (890 MW);
**Luminant Comanche Peak 2 in Texas (1,200 MW);
**Pinnacle West Capital (NYSE:PNW) Palo Verde 2 in Arizona (1,300 MW);
**STP Nuclear South Texas Project 1 in Texas (1,280 MW), and;
**Wolf Creek Nuclear Wolf Creek 1 in Kansas (1,175 MW).