Exelon Generation's 925-MW Dresden-2 nuclear unit in Morris, Illinois, was operating at 100% Monday morning after completing a refueling and maintenance outage, the company said in a statement.
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The outage began October 30. The unit synchronized with the electric grid at 4:20 am CST (1020 GMT) Saturday, Exelon spokeswoman Sara Peters said Monday in an email.
The average duration of refueling outages at US nuclear units in 2016 was 35.6 days, according to S&P Global Platts data.
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