By: Reuters |
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc’s provided no timeline for its Salem 1 nuclear plant to fully start-up after it shut down from superstorm Sandy.
PSEG had not yet connected the plant to the regional grid, but “grid stability is not an issue at this time,” Joe Delmar, a PSEG spokesman said on Saturday.
The Unit 1 Salem plant capacity is 1,174 megawatts and had ramped up to 1 percent power on Friday.
Salem 2 has been in a scheduled refueling outage since Oct. 14.