The Raspberry Plant, an American plant that uses the nuclear fuel to power a plant, was the subject of an investigation by The Associated Press last month.
The AP uncovered a history of the plant, which is currently being decommissioned.
The investigation showed that a nuclear reactor is capable of producing more energy than it consumes.
The plant is a large-scale nuclear power facility.
It was built in 1948 and has an annual output of approximately 2,600 megawatts.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which oversees the plant and other nuclear power plants, has not commented on the investigation.
The Associated Press reported in January that the reactor had an operating temperature of 6,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
However, the AP also found that the plant’s design allows for temperatures in excess of 6.7 million degrees Fahrenheit, which would mean that a plant with this level of output would have a temperature of 5,700 degrees Fahrenheit when fully heated.