Turbo generator at Ukraine’s NPP resumes work after transformer problem
Turbo generator No. 4 (TG-4) of power unit No. 2 at Rivne Nuclear Power Plant (RNPP) in Ukraine’s Rivne region has completely resumed work after its disconnection on July 16.
“A cable section has been replaced and necessary tests have been carried out after the cause of the failure was established. The earth fault of the power cable of a TG-4 power transformer was the cause behind the incident. Now, the unit’s capacity is gradually increasing,” the RNPP’s press service said.
Rivne Nuclear Power Plant is located in the city of Varash in Rivne region’s northwest. The plant operates four power units with a total capacity of 2.835 GW.