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Archive 2015

  • Unit Oskarshamn 3 Restarted

    Pressrelease Monday, December 21, 2015

    Early in the morning of 19 December, the electricity delivery at unit Oskarshamn 3 was resumed following only four days of downtime.

  • Temporary Operational Disturbance at Oskarshamn 3

    Pressrelease Tuesday, December 15, 2015

    On the night before Tuesday 15 December the electricity production at unit O3 was stopped due to a fault detected in connection with a capacity test being performed on a battery in the unit's auxiliary power system.

  • New Managing Director of OKG Appointed

    Pressrelease Monday, December 07, 2015

    OKG's board of directors has today appointed the present production manager at unit Oskarshamn 3, Johan Dasht, new Managing Director of OKG as from 1 January, 2016. Johan Dasht succeeds Johan Svenningsson who after three and a half years as the managing director of OKG now will be the Country Chairman of the parent company Uniper in Sweden.

  • Unit Oskarshamn 3 has Resumed the Electricity Deliveries

    Pressrelease Monday, December 07, 2015

    After nearly two weeks of maintenance activities, unit Oskarshamn 3 (O3) resumed the electricity deliveries early on 3 December. Maximum capacity is estimated to be reached after the weekend.

  • Temporary Shutdown at unit Oskarshamn 3 for the Purpose of Replacing a Fuel Assembly

    Pressrelease Friday, November 20, 2015

    The production at unit Oskarshamn 3 (O3) will be temporarily shut down on Saturday 21 November due to a damaged fuel assembly that must be replaced. The time required to complete the measure has been estimated at eight days and the intention is to have the reactor in operation again on 29 November.

  • Our Aim – Learning from the Best

    News Thursday, October 22, 2015

    A team of approximately thirty international nuclear experts are currently at OKG for a few weeks with the purpose of performing one of the regular recurrent reviews of the company’s activities.

  • Decision Made Regarding Premature Shutdown of Units Oskarshamn 1 and Oskarshamn 2

    Pressrelease Wednesday, October 14, 2015

    At an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting held today on 14 October 2015, OKG’s majority owner E.ON upheld their policy decision on the premature shutdown of units Oskarshamn 1 (O1) and Oskarshamn 2 (O2). However, this decision does not affect OKG’s largest reactor, Oskarshamn 3 (O3), which in the future will still be a central part of the stability of the Swedish electricity supply.

  • Maximum Production at Unit Oskarshamn 1

    Pressrelease Friday, October 09, 2015

    The production at unit Oskarshamn 1 (O1) was resumed on the evening of 8 October, and maximum power was obtained the following morning.

  • Johan Svenningsson appointed President of Uniper, Sweden

    Pressrelease Tuesday, September 29, 2015

    The Managing Director of OKG, Johan Svenningsson has been appointed president of Uniper’s Swedish operations and president of Sydkraft Nuclear Power AB, formerly known as E.ON Kärnkraft Sverige AB. This means that Svenningsson will resign his position as Managing Director of OKG. The process of finding and appointing his successor has been initiated.

  • Restart of Unit Oskarshamn 1 Obstructed

    Pressrelease Friday, September 25, 2015

    A technical failure on a valve resulted in that the restart of unit Oskarshamn 1 (O1) was stopped on Thursday evening. The operational disturbance occurred in connection with a compulsory performance test and an internal analysis has been initiated to establish the cause of the valve not functioning as expected.

  • Oskarshamn 1 Taken off the Grid in order for Troubleshooting to be Performed

    Pressrelease Wednesday, August 19, 2015

    Due to air leakage into the condenser, unit Oskarshamn 1 (O1) has been taken off the grid and troubleshooting has commenced.

  • Unfavourable Conditions Curb Production at OKG

    Pressrelease Monday, July 20, 2015

    During the past weekend, OKG was ordered to reduce the electricity production. This measure is a temporary adaptation to the reduced demand during the holiday season and a consequence of the energy policy means of control that disfavour the competitiveness of nuclear power based electricity production.

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