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Oct 21 2010
1 London 93513
2 Rio de Janeiro – ARGONAUTA – Argonaut class reactor, 100 kW – IEN-Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (criticality 1965-02-20) 11675
3 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 7296
4 Greenwich - JASON PWR reactor (dismantled 1999) 3138
5 Derby - Neptune - Rolls-Royce Marine Power Operations Ltd, Raynesway 2009
6 Belo Horizonte – IPR-R1 – TRIGA Mark I, 250 kW - CDTN-Centro de Desenvolvimento de Tecnologia Nuclear, Belo Horizonte, MG (criticality 1960-11-06) 1790
7 Nevada Test Site, Nevada 1541
8 University at Buffalo 1443
9 Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico 1239
10 Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania 1177
11 Hanford Site, Washington 1100
12 Sellafield (named Windscale until 1971) 840
13 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee 744
14 General Atomics, San Diego, California (two reactors) 575
15 SL-1/ALPR - Stationary Low Power Plant - Shut Down 450
16 Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York 436
17 East Kilbride - Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre (deactivated 1995, fully dismantled 2003) 422
18 Palo Verde, Arizona 411
19 Bellefonte, Alabama (Unfinished) 395
20 Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois (and Idaho) 388
21 Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA 385
22 Savannah River Site, South Carolina 349
23 Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho 348
24 SNAP-10A (Shut Down 1965, presently orbiting) 321
25 Enrico Fermi, Michigan 305
26 BREN Tower 298
27 Diablo Canyon, California 292
28 Nuclear Ship Savannah, James River Reserve Fleet, Virginia (one power reactor) 287
29 Indian Point, New York 286
30 San Onofre, California 281
31 Ascot - CONSORT reactor, Imperial College London, Silwood Park campus 277
32 Billingham - TRIGA Mark I reactor, ICI refinery (installed 1971, shut down 1988) 252
33 Stade, shut down in 2003 243
34 Watts Bar, Tennessee 220
35 IFR - Integral Fast Reactor - Never Operated 208
36 Oyster Creek, New Jersey 197
37 Santa Susana Field Laboratory, Simi Hills California 189
38 Turkey Point, Florida 189
39 Alvin W. Vogtle, Georgia 186
40 Trojan, Rainier, Oregon (Decommissioned) 167
41 Heysham nuclear power stations, Lancashire - 4 x 600 MW(e) 166
42 Hope Creek, New Jersey 157
43 Duane Arnold, Iowa 149
44 Susquehanna, Pennsylvania 142
45 South Texas Project Electric Generating Station, Texas 135
46 Ginna, New York 133
47 Byron, Illinois 127
48 Aldermaston - VIPER - Atomic Weapons Establishment 122
49 Beaver Valley, Pennsylvania 122
50 Harwell AERE 118
51 Virgil C. Summer, South Carolina 117
52 Zion, Illinois (Decommissioned) 116
53 Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania 115
54 Callaway, Missouri 115
55 Dresden, Illinois 112
56 Nine Mile Point, New York 111
57 Waterford, Louisiana 110
58 Braidwood, Illinois 108
59 Rancho Seco, California (Decommissioned) 108
60 Molten-Salt Reactor Experiment - Shut Down 106
61 Arkansas Nuclear One, Arkansas 103
62 Pilgrim, Massachusetts 97
63 Perry, Ohio 97
64 North Anna, Virginia 96
65 Prairie Island, Minnesota 94
66 Palisades, Michigan 94
67 MH-1A 92
68 Bradwell, Essex (Generation ceased in 2002, defuelled by September 2005) 90
69 Fort Saint Vrain, Colorado (Decommissioned) 84
70 Millstone, Connecticut 82
71 Clinton, Illinois 82
72 Monticello, Minnesota 81
73 LaSalle County, Illinois 80
74 Columbia, Washington - formerly WNP-2 80
75 Donald C. Cook, Michigan 80
76 River Bend, Louisiana 76
77 Brunswick, North Carolina 76
78 Sodium Reactor Experiment, Santa Susana Field Laboratory, California (Accident 1959, Closed 1964) 75
79 Marble Hill, Indiana (Unfinished) 75
80 Hunterston B, North Ayrshire 2 x 570 MW(e) British Energy owned AGR 73
81 Vallecitos, California (idle research center) 71
82 High Flux Isotope Reactor - Operational 71
83 Fast Flux Test Facility - <s>currently in cold standby</s> Core drilled 71
84 Big Rock Point, Michigan (Decommissioned) 70
85 Quad Cities, Illinois 69
86 Berkeley, Gloucestershire 2 x 276MW, de-commissioned 69
87 Hinkley Point A, Somerset (Ceased operations in 2000, defuelled by September 2005) 67
88 Sequoyah, Tennessee 67
89 Grand Gulf, Mississippi 67
90 Oconee, South Carolina 65
91 X-10 Graphite Reactor - Shut Down 65
92 Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd BNG owned Magnox station (Generation ceased 1991) 64
93 Calder Hall, Sellafield, Cumbria - 4 x 50MWe (Generation started in 1956 and ceased in 2003) 63
94 McGuire, North Carolina 62
95 Fort Calhoun, Nebraska 61
96 Connecticut Yankee, Connecticut (Decommissioned) 61
97 Winfrith, Dorchester, Dorset – SGHWR (ceased operation in 1990) 57
98 UHTREX - Shut Down 57
99 Kewaunee, Wisconsin 56
100 A1W-B - Shut Down 56
101 Kalkar, never finished 51
102 Catawba, South Carolina 51
103 SM-1 47
104 Rheinsberg, shut down in 1990, Type: VVER-70 (Russian) 46
105 Elk River, Minnesota (Decommissioned) 42
106 Carolinas-Virginia Tube Reactor, South Carolina (decommissioned) 42
107 Culham - JET fusion reactor 41
108 Cooper, Nebraska 37
109 Piqua, Ohio (Decommissioned) 34
110 Dragon reactor 32
111 Hanford N Reactor, Washington (Retired - see Plutonium Production Reactors below) 32
112 La Crosse, Wisconsin (Decommissioned) 32
113 Clementine - Shut Down 29
114 ML-1 - Mobil Low Power Plant - Shut Down 29
115 Saxton, Pennsylvania (Decommissioned) 29
116 Pathfinder, South Dakota (Decommissioned) 29
117 SEFOR - Shut Down 29
118 Greifswald Nuclear Power Plant located in the former GDR. Shut down in 1990 (Greifswald-1 to Greifswald-4, and the unfinished Greifswald-5 reactor), Type: VVER-440 (Russian) 27
119 PM-1 25
120 DIDO (shut down 1990) 23
121 Obrigheim, shut down in May 2005 23
122 ZPPR - Zero Power Physics Reactor (formerly Zero Power Plutonium Reactor) - Standby 20
123 GLEEP (shut down 1990) 20
124 PLUTO (shut down 1990) 17
125 Niederaichbach, shut down in 1974 16
126 MSTR, Missouri 15
127 JUGGERNAUT - Shut Down 13
128 MTR - Shut Down 13
129 Omega West - Shut Down 13
130 Wyhl, famous planned nuclear plant that was never built because of long-time resistance by the local population and environmentalists. 11
131 São Paulo – IPEN/MB-01 – Critical assembly, 0.1 kW – IPEN-Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares, São Paulo, SP (criticality 1988-11-09)] 11
132 EBOR - Never Operated 10
133 Risley - Universities Research Reactor (shut down 1991 decommissioned-land released 1996) 9
134 Kahl Nuclear Power Plant 8
135 Hallam, Nebraska (Decommissioned) 7
136 CP-5 - Chicago Pile 5 - Shut Down (1979) 7
137 CP-3 - Chicago Pile 3 - Shut Down 7
138 R-Reactor (Heavy Water) - S&M (Surveillance and Maintenance) Mode 7
139 Institute for Nuclear Research, Mioveni, 110 km north-west of Bucharest 7
140 NRAD - Operating 6
141 F-Reactor (Pile) - Cocooned 6
142 Penn State University Research Reactor, University Park, Pennsylvania 5
143 KE-Reactor (Pile) - Being Cocooned < 5
144 LMFBR - Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor - Shut Down < 5
145 CFRMF - Shut Down < 5
146 HTRE-3 - Heat Transfer Reactor Experiment 3 - Shut Down < 5
147 Shearon Harris, North Carolina < 5
148 Yankee Rowe, Massachusetts (Decommissioned) < 5
149 Torness, East Lothian 2 x 625 MW(e). British Energy owned AGR < 5
150 Hartlepool, Hartlepool 2 x 600MW(e). British Energy owned AGR < 5
151 EBR-II - Experimental Breeder Reactor II - Shut Down < 5
152 LIDO (shut down 1974) < 5
153 THRITS - Shut Down < 5
154 C-Reactor (Heavy Water) - S&M Mode < 5
155 Medical Research Reactor - Shut Down (2000) < 5
156 Dungeness B, Kent 2 x 550 MW(e). British Energy owned AGR < 5
157 FRAN - Shut Down < 5
158 S1W/STR - Shut Down < 5
159 BEPO (shut down 1968) < 5
160 Experimental Test Reactor - Shut Down < 5
161 Maine Yankee, Maine (Decommissioned) < 5
162 SUSIE - Operational < 5
163 ATR - Operating < 5
164 National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Sandusky, Ohio (two reactors) < 5
165 Dounreay Fast Reactor - Fast breeder reactor (shut down 1994) < 5
166 CRCE - Shut Down < 5
167 Shoreham, New York (Decommissioned) < 5
168 Mülheim-Kärlich Nuclear Power Plant, completed, operated briefly and then shut down in 1988 because of potential hazards < 5
169 LOFT - Shut Down < 5
170 National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering, IFIN-HH, Mǎgurele, 5 km south-west of Bucharest < 5
171 EBWR - Experimental Boiling Water Reactor - Shut Down < 5
172 CP-1 - Chicago Pile 1 (Relocated and renamed as Chicago Pile 2 in 1943) - Shut Down < 5
173 BORAX-IV - Shut Down < 5
174 ARMF-I - Shut Down < 5
175 Chapelcross, Dumfries and Galloway - 4 x 180MW(th) (Generation ceased in June 2004) < 5
176 FitzPatrick, New York < 5
177 D-Reactor (Pile) - Cocooned < 5
178 Surry, Virginia < 5
179 BORAX-II - Shut Down < 5

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