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Exelon's Clinton nuclear unit in Illinois at 85% power after pump maintenance

Washington — Exelon Generation's 1,098-MW Clinton nuclear unit in Clinton, Illinois, was operating at 85% of capacity late Monday morning after being shut Saturday for maintenance of a reactor pump, a company spokesman said.

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The unit was operating at 66% of capacity earlier Monday morning, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said in its daily reactor status report.

Clinton was shut at 11:21 am CDT (1621 GMT) Saturday to perform maintenance on a reactor recirculation pump that circulates water through the reactor, Exelon spokesman Brett Nauman said in an email Monday.

The unit returned to service at 9:54 am CDT (1424 GMT) Sunday and is currently "in power ascension," Nauman said. He did not say when Clinton is expected to reach 100% of capacity.

--Steven Dolley, steven.dolley@spglobal.com
--Edited by Jason Lindquist, jason.lindquist@spglobal.com