Unit 5 - 02/08/2005; Units 3 and 4 Uprate - 10/29/2008; Units 6 and 7 - 5/19/2014
The site certification includes a nominal 1,150 MW 4-on-1 natural gas-fired combined cycle unit (Unit 5), comprised of four combustion turbines with associated heat recovery generators and a steam turbine-electric generator; two nominal 800 MW pressurized water reactor nuclear units (Units 3 and 4); two 1,100 MW nuclear generating units (Units 6 and 7); 89 miles of transmission line and associated support facilities.
Natural Gas/Oil (backup fuel)/Nuclear
Unit 5 - 1,150 MW; Units 3 and 4 - 800 MW each; Units 6 and 7 - 1,100 MW each
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