PILGRIM RESTART PLYMOUTH, Mass., Nov. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Boston Edison Company
(NYSE: BSE) announced that the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station was restarted on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1991.
Pilgrim's operators shut the plant down during the severe Northeast 'megastorm'. Storm-related outage work included cleanup of debris and underwater inspection of the intake system, and inspection and cleaning of the plant's condenser. While the plant was off-line, plant management took advantage of the opportunity to perform surveillance and maintenance tasks which cannot be done during plant operation. The plant is gradually being returned to full power, a process that is expected to be completed within the next few days. -0- 11/21/91 /CONTACT: Elaine Robinson, Anita Flanagan, or David Tarantino, 508-224-4803 (24 hours)/ (BSE) CO: Boston Edison ST: Massachusetts IN: OIL SU: KM -- NE002 -- 5705 11/21/91 08:17 EST
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|Date:||Nov 21, 1991|
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