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2020 Emergency Information Guide Available

Susquehanna’s 2020 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 […]

Team Susquehanna Collects Toiletries to Support Area Women’s Shelters

Team Susquehanna recently held a toiletry drive to benefit area women and children temporarily housed in women’s shelters across the community.

Susquehanna’s chapter of Women In Nuclear (WIN) Chapter coordinated the drive, and worked to assemble convenience kits filled with wash cloths, shampoo, soap, toothpaste, lotion and other personal hygiene items for women—and sometimes children—temporarily […]

Declining Use of Nuclear Power May Increase Reliance on Fossil Fuels: Study”

As published in the May 28 edition of The Hill

The declining use of nuclear power may increase reliance on fossil fuels, making it harder for countries to meet their goal of reducing carbon emissions, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).

“Without an important contribution from nuclear power, the global […]

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 […]