A fire in one of the Indian Point nuclear plant main electrical transformers resulted in the forced shutdown of Unit 3 at the facility on May 9.

A fire in one of the Indian Point nuclear plant main electrical transformers resulted in the forced shutdown of Unit 3 at the facility on May 9.

Indiana Michigan Power—a subsidiary of American Electric Power (AEP)—said that Unit 2 of its D.C. Cook Nuclear Plant in Bridgman, Mich., was forced offline

Indiana Michigan Power—a subsidiary of American Electric Power (AEP)—said that Unit 2 of its D.C. Cook Nuclear Plant in Bridgman, Mich., was forced offline

Two Units at Coal Power Plant Back Online Following Spring Fire - POWER Magazine

Two Units at Coal Power Plant Back Online Following Spring Fire - POWER Magazine

Nuclear Plants on the Edge Could Benefit from Clean Power Plan | POWER Magazine

Nuclear Plants on the Edge Could Benefit from Clean Power Plan | POWER Magazine

Cooling Tower Fire Takes Down UK Power Plant - POWER Magazine

Cooling Tower Fire Takes Down UK Power Plant - POWER Magazine

A fire at Muscatine (Iowa) Power and Water’s coal-fired power plant forced Unit…

A fire at Muscatine (Iowa) Power and Water’s coal-fired power plant forced Unit…

An explosion and fire at the Delta Energy Center—an 835-MW combined cycle power plant located in Pittsburg, Calif.—forced the station offline on January 29.

An explosion and fire at the Delta Energy Center—an 835-MW combined cycle power plant located in Pittsburg, Calif.—forced the station offline on January 29.

Within the space of less than a week, four deals have been announced that will result in ownership changes at five power plants in the U.S. Northeast.

Within the space of less than a week, four deals have been announced that will result in ownership changes at five power plants in the U.S. Northeast.

Vogtle Nuclear Plant Unveils Its New FLEX Dome | POWER Magazine

Vogtle Nuclear Plant Unveils Its New FLEX Dome | POWER Magazine

Indicative of private industry's growing participation in the atomic energy field was this new $20 million Babcock and Wilcox Company plant in Mt. Vernon, Indiana. The first job for the plant was the fabrication of the 800-ton vessel for the Dresden Unit No. 2 reactor. (Photo courtesy of the Department of Energy.)

Indicative of private industry's growing participation in the atomic energy field was this new $20 million Babcock and Wilcox Company plant in Mt. Vernon, Indiana. The first job for the plant was the fabrication of the 800-ton vessel for the Dresden Unit No. 2 reactor. (Photo courtesy of the Department of Energy.)

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