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Commercial operation (nuclear) The term 'Commercial operation (nuclear)' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' The phase of reactor operation that begins when power ascension ends and the operating utility formally declares the nuclear power plant to be available for the regular production of electricity. This declaration is usually related to the satisfactory completion of qualification tests on critical components of the unit'.
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