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EON's Old Nuclear Money Spinners Are Now Just a Big Hassle

  • Brokdorf reactor halt has cost more than 100 million euros
  • Utility awaiting regulatory approval after February outage
Brokdorf nuclear power plant.

Brokdorf nuclear power plant.

Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg
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An EON SE nuclear plant that made billions for the German utility is now losing money.

Essen-based EON is battling repeated delays to production at its Brokdorf reactor that has cost the company more than 100 million euros ($114 million) since halting in February, the utility said by email. The unit is now scheduled to start July 19.