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Luminant Generation Company LLC's 1,197-megawatt (MW) Comanche Peak 02 unit at its Comanche Peak Nuclear Generating Station in Texas, tripped offline on June 7 due to an electrical fault and a fire that occurred on the main transformer. Damage assessments are underway at this time, and plant officials have stated the unit is in "hot standby" mode. An exact restart date is undisclosed at this time, but officials believe the fire was extinguished before any significant damage occurred.
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