U.S. nuclear-power generation dropped from an 11-week high after Exelon Corp. slowed output at reactors in Illinois and Pennsylvania.
U.S. nuclear-power generation rose to an 11-week high after reactors in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland returned to service.
U.S. nuclear-power generation declined for the first time in four days after a Maryland reactor shut down because of a pump failure.
U.S. nuclear-power generation rose to the highest level in 10 weeks as reactors in Connecticut and Michigan finished refueling.
U.S. nuclear-power generation climbed the most in two weeks after the South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Co. increased output at the 1,410-megawatt South Texas 1 reactor.
U.S. nuclear-power production fell for the first time in five days after a Duke Energy Corp. reactor in North Carolina was taken offline for repairs.
U.S. nuclear-power production climbed for a fourth day after Great Plains Energy Inc. and Duke Energy Corp. raised power to reactors in Kansas and North Carolina.
U.S. nuclear-power generation rose for a third day as Great Plains Energy Inc. boosted output at the 1,166-megawatt Wolf Creek 1 reactor in Kansas.
Nuclear-power generation climbed the most in nearly three months in the U.S. Northeast as Constellation Energy Group Inc. boosted power at two reactors at the Calvert Cliffs site in Maryland.
U.S. Northeastern nuclear-power generation dropped to the lowest level in nearly six months after Constellation Energy Group Inc. and PPL Corp. shut two reactors in Maryland and Pennsylvania.