I just build my first nuclear reactor. This is quite a bit more complicated than the earlier ways of powering your base, and I'm not sure I properly handled the heat and water distribution in my nuclear power plant. I can look up the theoretical value based on the number of reactors, but that isn't necessarily the actual power production of my non-theoretical plant.
What I'd like to figure out is how much energy my nuclear plant is actually able to provide, but right now I don't consume enough power to fully use the reactor. So the only value I get out of the statistics is how much power I actually use, not how much I can provide with the nuclear plant. And simply consuming more until I can't meet the demand anymore isn't an ideal strategy.
Is there a way to determine the power production capacity of a nuclear plant without simply consuming more energy than it can provide?