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Angra Power Plant

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Wikipedia:"Angra Nuclear Power Plant is Brazil's sole nuclear power plant. It is located at the Central Nuclear Almirante Álvaro Alberto (CNAAA) on the Itaorna Beach in Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It consists of two Pressurized water reactors, Angra I, with a net output of 657 MWe, first connected to the power grid in 1985 and Angra II, with a net output of 1,350 MWe , connected in 2000. Work on a third reactor, Angra III, with a projected output of 1,245 MWe, began in 1984 but was halted in 1986. "

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This is an overview of Brazil

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Text by Steve Smith.

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