Fukushima Power System Failure Takes Down Ice Wall & Nitrogen Injection

The power system to operate the freezing of the ice wall and also the nitrogen interting system for the damaged reactors failed early in the morning of July 28th. Ten hours later NHK reported that the two systems were back online using a different power system.  The frozen wall takes a longer time frame to begin thawing out. It isn’t clear yet if the halt of nitrogen injection impacted the reactors.

TEPCO now reports that a landscaping pin was the cause of the power failure.

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