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looking for daily power output data by plant

looking for daily power output data by plant

looking for daily power output data by plant

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Hi all. I'm trying to source plant daily power output data. I'm thinking this information should be compiled already by someone somehwere and am not really interested in combing through the NRC daily reports from the last few years.

Does anyone know of a source for this information? I've found EIA data that report output by plant by month, but I'm really hoping to find daily info.

Thanks

RE: looking for daily power output data by plant

(OP)
ISO or NSA?

Actually, turned up this info in the most obvious place this morning. The NRC posts a yearly excel file with this data one click away from the daily output reports. Not sure how I overlooked it the first time.

http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/even...

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