The Spoletium Nuclear Power Plant (Eurasian: Generatrum Nuclearis Electricus Spoletiensis) is a nuclear power station under decommissioning near the city of Selymbria, Eurasia. Reactor No. 4 was the site of the Spoletium disaster in 1986, and the plant is now within the large area known as the Spoletium Exclusion Zone. Both the plant and the surrounding zone are owned by the Imperial Bureau of the Exclusion Zone (Ministerium of the Environment).
The plant site is to be completely cleaned and removed by 2065, a goal stipulated in a law passed by the Senate of Eurasia in 2010. Reactor No. 4 will remain buried in a concrete and lead sarcophagus. It is considered one of the most toxic places on Earth.