Monday, June 21, 2021

Iran's Only Nuclear Power Plant Experiences An Emergency Shutdown

FILE PHOTO. Nuclear power plant in Bushehr, Iran. © Reuters / Caren Firouz.  

Daily Mail: Iran's only nuclear power plant suffers mysterious emergency shutdown that will last up to four days and cause blackouts 

* Official from the state electric company said plant shutdown began yesterday 

* He went on to say that power outages could happen but didn't explain further 

* First time Iran has reported an emergency shutdown of the Bushehr plant 

Iran's only nuclear power plant has suffered a mysterious emergency shutdown that is set to last up to four days and cause blackouts. 

Gholamali Rakhshanimehr, an official from the state electric company Tavanir, said on a talk show that the Bushehr plant shutdown began on Saturday and would last 'for three to four days.'  

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More News On Iran's Only Nuclear Power Plant Experiencing An Emergency Shutdown  

Iran’s sole nuclear power plant undergoes emergency shutdown -- AP  

Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant temporarily shutdown - state TV -- Reuters

Iran initiates unexplained emergency shutdown of nuclear power plant at Bushehr -- ABC News (Australia)  

Iran's nuclear power plant experiencing emergency shutdown -- Axios  

Iran's sole nuclear power plant undergoes unexplained emergency shutdown -- Times of Israel  

Emergency shutdown reported at Iranian nuclear plant, officials say power facility offline for ‘technical overhaul’ -- RT

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New Israeli pm isn't wasting a minute on showing the Iranians that they are incompetent and can be attacked and sabotaged at will and are incapable of conventional retaliation.

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I hope you're right, fazman. Such problems couldn't happen to a more popular government.