Nuclear Power Plant Grafenrheinfeld/Main, pressurized water reactor with an electric gross output of 1,345 MW, nuclear commissioning on 9th December 1981. Following the amendments to the German Atomic Energy Act, the Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power plant has been permanently shut down on 27th June 2015. Until it was shut down, the Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power plant generated a total of 333 billion kW/h of electricity, which is enough to supply almost the whole of Bavaria with electricity constantly for four years.

The permit to decommission the plant has been released in April 2018, so then the nuclear dismantling began.

Around 6,700 of a total of 20,500 components were shut down from April 2018 to the end of May 2020 and 765 of a total of 31,500 tons were dismantled. Moreover, a centre with several treatment stations is currently being built in the control area of ​​the nuclear power plant. From 2021, the internals in the reactor pressure vessel will be dismantled, while the reactor pressure vessel itself and the four large steam generators are to follow in 2023 and 2025.