Nuclear power is a way of making use of the energy that exists everywhere – in atoms or rather in atomic nucleuses. That is why it is called nuclear power.
How nuclear power works
It was Albert Einstein who figured out that it would be possible to use that power. Learn more about how it works.
The fuel in a nuclear reactor
The fuel we use consists mainly of uranium but also small proportions of plutonium. Read about the environmental requirements we place on our suppliers, how mining is done and the properties of uranium.
OKG's three reactors
På Simpevarpshalvön finns ett stycke industrihistoria ... här har vi nämligen landets första kommersiella reaktor men även landets sista reaktor.
Units of measurement
What is the difference between power and energy? And how much energy is actually a TWh?
About our production
The production indicator on our home page shows the production at Oskarshamn 3 (O3) in real time, ie it is continuously updated every minute around the clock.