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Area Fire Department Leaders Visit Susquehanna

Nuclear Fire Chiefs toured the plant and met with station’s fire brigade to share ideas and best practices

Chiefs from four area fire departments recently visited Susquehanna Nuclear Power Plant as part of an ongoing training initiative designed to equip both groups with the skills and knowledge to successfully support the needs […]

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Why We May Soon Lose All of the State’s Nuclear Plants

As published in the April 24 edition of The Morning Call

Nuclear energy is our state’s largest and most reliable source of electricity. Today, Pennsylvania’s five nuclear power stations provide 42 percent of our state’s electricity and 93 percent of our state’s zero-carbon emissions energy, according to the Nuclear Energy Institute.
Just one of these […]

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The Climate Needs Nuclear Power

As published in the April 4, 2019 Wall Street Journal

Many environmentalists have changed their minds about nuclear energy over the past decade. While the share of energy produced by solar and wind has grown rapidly, nuclear remains America’s largest source of clean, zero-emissions electricity. Anyone seriously interested in preventing dangerous levels of global warming […]

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Local Lawmakers Lobby for Nuclear Bill

As published in the April 5, 2019 Citizens’ Voice

Higher electricity prices and loss of jobs. That’s what will happen if the nuclear energy industry continues to struggle and nuclear power plants shut down, state lawmakers from both parties said Thursday.
Following a tour of the Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, a nuclear power plant in Salem […]

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Closing Nuclear Plants is a Bad Deal for Pennsylvanians: Opinion

As printed in the March 25, 2019 edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer

The Beltway is abuzz about a Green New Deal, and the House of Representatives recently held its first serious climate change hearings in years. But the most important upcoming vote on climate policy will not be in Washington. It will be right here in […]

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