Unit one of Koeberg nuclear power station shut for a rescheduled refuelling

November 2013
World Energy News;11/12/2013, p28
The article reports on the claim by Eskom as of mid-November 2013 that the unit one of the Koeberg nuclear power station in South Africa will be shut down for a rescheduled refuelling, inspection and maintenance outage.


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