Nuclear Power Plant Mülheim-Kärlich/Rhine (Germany), pressurized water reactor with an electric gross output of 1,308 MW, nuclear commissioning on 1st March 1986; since 1988 out of operation due to the proceedings on the validity of the 1st partial permit.

The plant began the decommissioning process in 2001 and management was transferred from RWE. The removal of the fuel happened one year later. The removal of the plant and the cooling tower itself were postponed multiple times; both were still standing in 2018. The demolition of the cooling tower happened on 9th August 2019.

Currently, the dismantling work in the reactor area mainly focuses on the primary cycle: pipelines and pumps have already been removed and the two steam generators will be the next components to be disassembled.