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Haven Nuclear Power Plant

The Haven Nuclear Power Plant was a proposed nuclear power plant in Haven, Wisconsin north of Sheboygan at the site of closed military camp called Camp Haven. The power plant was proposed in the 1970s by Wisconsin Electric, but was never built. Two 900 MWe Westinghouse pressurized water reactor were proposed in 1973. Reactor one was canceled in 1978 and reactor two was canceled in 1980.[1] After plans never materialized, the Kohler Company purchased the site. Construction of the Whistling Straits golf course began in 1995.

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References

  1. ^ Nuclear Power Generation and Fuel Cycle Report 1997 p. 64.

External links

  • Cancelled Nuclear Units Ordered in the United States

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