About Susquehanna

2,500 MW capacity | Dual unit boiling water reactor plant

Susquehanna employees are highly skilled professionals with a wide range of backgrounds

Safety is the primary focus for our engineers, operators, electricians, chemists, environmentalists and support professionals.

Susquehanna employees are some of the most highly skilled professionals in the industry and have a wide range of backgrounds that help them perform their jobs safely and efficiently. Our employees hone their skills through accredited training programs offered onsite and at industry workshops and conferences. Many employees are part of the plant’s extensive emergency plan, either staffing positions for Susquehanna or volunteering at local emergency operation centers throughout the 10-mile radius surrounding the station. Most of our employees live in nearby communities and donate thousands of dollars to nonprofit organizations, including the United Way, as well as many other worthwhile community projects.

The station is capable of serving more than
2 million homes with carbon-free electricity

Salem Township, PA

Located on a 1,150-acre site in Salem Township, PA (about seven miles northeast of Berwick, PA).

2,500 MW of power

The plant has two boiling water reactors capable of generating ~2,500 MW of power, enough to power 2M homes.

900 employees

The station has ~900 full-time employees, with an additional 1,300-1,500 during scheduled outages.

Securing the future of Susquehanna

We have taken steps to position Susquehanna to remain viable into the future, despite market conditions that have impacted nuclear plants’ ability to compete.
  • Set generation records for MWhrs produced and continuous operating days.
  • Conducted nuclear fuel optimization initiative—reducing excess uranium inventory and improving end-of-cycle fuel utilization.
  • Leading the convergence of clean energy and digital infrastructure with the development of a flagship data center campus adjacent to the plant.

    Our Leadership

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