Nuclear power exceeds target

December 1993
Modern Power Systems;Dec93, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p11
Reports that a total of 11 out of 14 nuclear power units were claimed to be in operation at the Ukraine's nuclear power stations during September 1993. Production of 5.1 TWh which is 15% above the target for the month.


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