Meet Jonathan Graise, an instrumentation and controls technician and craftsmanship council co-lead who has worked at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station for six years.
For nearly 40 years, Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Port Gibson has generated safe, clean, carbon-free, affordable energy that supplies almost a fifth of Mississippi’s electricity while serving as one of the largest non-carbon-emitting power plants in the world.
In honor of Power Plant Worker Appreciation Day at Entergy Nuclear, meet Michael Rollison, a security supervisor who has worked at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station for more than 40 years.
Brandi McKenzie was recently promoted to the radiation protection department as the performance improvement coordinator and department training coordinator at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Port Gibson, Miss., where she has worked for more than10 years.
In more recent years, the company’s investments in modern combined-cycle turbine technology have provided greater flexibility in meeting our customers’ energy needs using the most economical generation sources available.
Kimberly Cook-Nelson recently sat down for an interview with the Delta Business Journal's Jack Criss to discuss the benefits of nuclear power and her journey to become one of only three female chief nuclear officers in the country.
Gail Stanton is the executive administrative assistant to Grant Flynn, Grand Gulf Nuclear Station’s general manager of plant operations, and is also the Women in Nuclear chapter president.
Entergy Nuclear celebrates Women's History Month with LaToya Robinson
Grand Gulf continues to power Mississippi homes and businesses with clean, affordable energy. We are proud of the 850 men and women who work tirelessly to make this possible.