Commentary: Veterans Are the Backbone of Nuclear Power Industry

as published in the November 9, 2019 edition of Fredricksburg.com

Even though he has been gone for 30 years now, I still think about my Dad almost every day. Veterans Day brings a special reminder.

The holiday invites me to pause and reflect on the young man who—just three months past his 17th birthday, while he […]

Opinion: Trump’s Critical Decision on Nuclear Power

as published in the September 2 edition of The Washington Post

In the ongoing mash-up of the tragic and the trifling that is the modern news cycle, one crucial story getting far too little attention is President Trump’s effort to revive the U.S. nuclear power industry. The nuclear fuel cycle is vital to our nation […]

As States Look to Clean Energy Standards to Help Climate, Nuclear Plays a Key Role

NEI Blog Post – May 2, 2019

When it comes to the policies shaping the role for nuclear energy in the United States, the action continues to be in state capitals and with good reason. Much of the attention has been focused in Pennsylvania and Ohio, but in the coming days Washington Gov. Jay Inslee […]

U.S. WIN chapter sponsors Nescopeck Elementary School science fair

Team Susquehanna’s chapter of U.S. Women in Nuclear sponsored a recent science fair at Nescopeck Elementary School.

Nineteen students showcased their projects, which ranged from topics such as “How apples grow,” “How propellers work” and “How do animals stay warm in cold water?” to “Magic salt” and “Germ busters.”

WIN members were impressed with the unique […]

Susquehanna executive named chairman of EPRI’s top nuclear advisory council

Tim Rausch, Susquehanna’s senior vice president and Chief Nuclear Officer, has been appointed chairman of the Electric Power Research Institute’s Nuclear Power Council. EPRI is an independent, non-profit organization that conducts research, development and demonstration related to the generation, delivery and use of electricity for the benefit of the public.

The Nuclear Power Council sits […]