Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 2, 1974 · Page 59
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 59

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 2, 1974
Page 59
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-rune2,1974 POOL SAnday Gazette-Mail Charleston, West Virginia By Steve Ellingson The benefits of owning a pool are almost endless. For instance, a pool is glamorous Nuclear Plants' Ability Hit WASHINGTON ( A P ) - A small organization of consume r - a d v o c a t e s c i e n t i s t s charged Saturday that the nation's nuclear power plants ··were not able to perform as expected during the early months of the oil embargo" last fall. The organization, called the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), said in a summary of a letter it said had been sent to Dr. Dixie Lee Ray, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission: "A CSPI analysis of the AEC's documents revealed that an average nuclear plant delivered only 51.8 per cent of its authorized capacity during the months of October through December 1973. This figure is far below the 80 per cent that the AEC has used as a selling point for nuclear power." An AEC spokesman, asked to comment, said there appeared to be a confusion of terms between deliverability of nuclear power and capability to produce it if needed. ""We say," he declared, "that nuclear plants should have an 80 per cent availability factor -- referring to a measure of their capability for producing electricity in a given time." That is distinguished, he *aid, from deliverability, which means the total amount of electricity produced during a given time. He said that the 27 nuclear plants in commercial operation for at least three months last year showed an availability factor of 70 per cent and a deliverability factor averaging 58 per cent for the entire year. Orientation Due AiWinfielflHijsK. W I N F I E L D - W i n f i e l d High School will hold an orientation for incoming seventh graders and their parents from 9 to 11 a. m. Tuesday. RAYDARNOLDJR. MR. 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