For more information about nuclear energy or the nuclear power industry, visit the following websites, or take a look at some of our factsheets.

Nuclear Powers Pennsylvania
Nuclear Powers Pennsylvania is a statewide coalition that works to educate all Pennsylvanians about the economic and environmental benefits of nuclear energy and the industry’s positive impact on local communities throughout the Keystone State.

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PA_Environment_Factsheet

PA_NECReport_ Factsheet

PA_Resiliency_Factsheet

PA_CleanAir_Factsheet

PA_Asthma_Factsheet

 

 

Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI)
NEI is an industry organization made up of nearly 300 members worldwide for the purpose of shaping national policy for the beneficial uses of nuclear energy and related technologies.

NEI Nuclear Energy and Clean Low Carbon Energy

climate advocates support nuclear

NEI Nuclear National Security

NEI Nuclear Jobs Factsheet

NEI Pennsylvania-State-Fact-Sheet (003)

 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
The NRC is an independent agency established to protect the public health and safety, the common defense and security, and the environment in the use of nuclear materials in the United States. It oversees the regulation of commercial nuclear power reactors; nonpower research, test and training reactors; fuel cycle facilities; medical, academic and industrial uses of nuclear materials; and the transport, storage and disposal of nuclear materials and waste.

 

Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA)
PEMA is a state agency charged with the management and coordination of the Commonwealth’s emergency management programs. The PEMA Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program addresses Commonwealth oversight of off-site preparedness in relation to incidents at the five nuclear power plants in Pennsylvania.

 

Department of Energy (DOE)
The DOE is a leading science and technology agency whose research supports the energy security, national security and environmental quality of the United States. Site includes agency initiatives, congressional testimony, DOE news and the comprehensive electricity competition plan.

 

Energy Information Administration (EIA)
The EIA is a statistical agency of the U.S. Department of Energy that develops energy data, forecasts and analyses that promote understanding of energy issues on the part of business, government and the public.