Decommissioning Peach Bottom Unit 1
Peach Bottom Unit No. 1, owned and operated by the Philadelphia Electric Company, was a 40-MW(e) High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactor demonstration plant situated 80 miles southwest of Philadelphia on the Susquehanna River. The plant was operated successfully for over seven years until October 31, 1974, at which time the plant was shutdown for decommissioning.
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