The Oskarshamn nuclear power plant in southern Sweden has damage to a fuel cell. If the reactor has to be closed for repairs, Norwegian electricity prices could rise even a notch.
Oskarhamnsverket in Kalmar municipality in Småland is Sweden’s oldest nuclear power plant. What has occurred is a so-called “secondary fuel damage”.
It may be that a foreign body has ended up in the fuel basin, and that this entails a risk that holes may be made in the fuel encapsulation. This should not pose an acute danger.
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