South Korea Has 17,032 MW of Nuclear Capacity Online

South Korea has 18 nuclear reactors in operation, producing 17,032 megawatts of power, or about 88 percent of capacity, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The following table shows the status of the nation’s 21 reactors with a combined regular capacity of 19,259 megawatts operated by state-run Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co. as of today.

COMPANY   CAPACITY
UNIT      ONLINE    STATUS
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Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power
Kori
No. 1           0  Shut for safety inspection since March 13
No. 2         680  Running
No. 3       1,046  Running
No. 4       1,047  Running
Shin No. 1  1,053  Running

Yonggwang
No. 1       1,000  Running
No. 2         997  Running
No. 3       1,052  Running
No. 4       1,050  Running
No. 5           0  Shut for maintenance. May resume May 29
No. 6       1,049  Running

Wolsong
No. 1         692  Running
No. 2         720  Running
No. 3         735  Running
No. 4         737  Running

Uljin
No. 1       1,006  Running
No. 2       1,012  Running
No. 3       1,050  Running
No. 4           0  Shut for maintenance and safety inspections
No. 5       1,053  Running
No. 6       1,053  Running
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Source: Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co.

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