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Susquehanna Nuclear 2021 Nuclear Energy Information Brochure Available

Susquehanna’s 2021 Nuclear Emergency Information Calendars have been mailed to all households within the 10 mile Emergency Planning Zone radius surrounding the Station. The calendar includes supplemental pages that provide valuable information to help the public prepare for and respond to an emergency involving the Station, should one ever occur.

The public is encouraged to […]

By |December 18th, 2020|Community news|Comments Off on Susquehanna Nuclear 2021 Nuclear Energy Information Brochure Available

Help Improve Emergency Response – Survey Assistance Requested

If you live in one of the Susquehanna Steam Electric Station Emergency Planning Zone Municipalities we need your help!

We are conducting a demographic survey to identify local behavior during emergency situations. The information gathered in this survey will be shared with state and local emergency planners to enhance emergency response plans in your area […]

By |November 4th, 2020|Community news, Plant news|Comments Off on Help Improve Emergency Response – Survey Assistance Requested

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station Thanks Berwick Hospital Workers with Pop-Up Food Truck Event

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station (“Susquehanna”) recently treated the staff at Commonwealth Health Berwick Hospital Center to a special ‘thank-you’ meal to recognize them for their commitment and sacrifice as they ensure the health of our community.  Hospital employees were served a breakfast, lunch or dinner meal from J. Zapata Mexican Food Truck […]

By |October 20th, 2020|Community news, Plant news|Comments Off on Susquehanna Steam Electric Station Thanks Berwick Hospital Workers with Pop-Up Food Truck Event

Susquehanna Nuclear to Test Emergency Notification Sirens on Thursday August 20

Sirens will sound at 11 a.m. for approximately three minutes; no public action required

Susquehanna Nuclear will test all sirens that are part of Susquehanna Steam Electric Station’s (“SSES”) Emergency Notification System on Thursday August 20 at 11 a.m. During the test, all sirens within a 10-mile radius of SSES will sound in a steady […]

By |August 7th, 2020|Community news, Plant news|Comments Off on Susquehanna Nuclear to Test Emergency Notification Sirens on Thursday August 20

Why Refuel a Nuclear Reactor Now?

As posted April 1, 2020 by Nuclear Energy Institute
What is a nuclear power plant refueling outage and why would anybody hold one right now, during a pandemic?
Because a reactor can’t run without fuel. An outage is a brief interruption in power production to swap out old fuel for new, and it happens on a […]

By |April 6th, 2020|Community news, Industry news, Zero Carbon Energy|Comments Off on Why Refuel a Nuclear Reactor Now?