News feed from nuclear power plants in Europe : informations, incidents, … to promote transparency !
|Nuclear power plant||Date||Link|
|Mühleberg, Switzerland||19/05/2014||Permanent shutdown in 2019 (FR)|
|Golfech, France||15/05/2014||Fire outbreak (FR)|
|Cattenom, France||09/05/2014||Ten employees were contaminated (FR)|
|Golfech, France||03/05/2014||Incident level 1 (FR)|
|Gravelines, France||25/04/2014||Four of the six reactor units are shut down (FR)|
|Fessenheim, France||24/04/2014||Electric incident (FR)|
|Civaux, France||23/04/2014||Incident: fire beginning (FR)|
|Fessenheim, France||19/04/2014||Two reactors are stopped (FR)|
|Temelin, Czech Republic||10/04/2014||CEZ cancels Temelin expansion tender (EN)|
|Blayais, France||03/04/2014||Incident level 1 (FR)|
|Grafenrheinfeld, Germany||28/03/2014||Permanent shutdown in 2015 (DE)|
|Doel & Tihange, Belgium||26/03/2014||Doel-3 and Tihange-2 nuclear reactor units are shut down (FR)|
|Dungeness, United-Kingdom||18/03/2014||Power station quietly taken offline (EN)|
|Santa Maria, Spain||26/02/2014||Recovery of a nuclear site (FR)|
|Chooz, France||21/02/2014||Incident level 1 (FR)|
|Blayais, France||19/02/2014||Incident level 1 (FR)|
|Gravelines, France||18/02/2014||300 000 hours of maintenance work (FR)|
Map of Nuclear power plants in Europe
The nuclear plants are listed in three categories (shutdown plants, in operation, under construction / planned plants) in the drop down menu. Select one of the three categories to see the corresponding plants.
You can then move around the map and click on the plant of your choice to access basic information (number and type of reactors, power, date of construction, supplier and operator, link to more information).
You can also enlarge the map by clicking on the square “full screen” in the black strip at the top of the map.
To open the map, click on the image below: