More than 400 Women in Nuclear members from across the country gathered in Huntsville, Alabama to share ideas on how to position the industry for the future. Every year, members from Entergy WIN chapters attend the conference to take what they learned back to their sites.
The two operating units at Indian Point Energy Center, Unit 2 and Unit 3, received their renewed operating licenses today from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), ending more than 11 years of regulatory review.
Denise McPherson, director, nuclear finance business partners, attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology Reactor Technology Course for Utility Executives. This is an intensive three-week program designed for leaders with non-nuclear background to learn the fundamentals of nuclear technology, and how critical safety functions work. Rick Riley, senior vice president of distribution operations and assessment management, also attend the institute's class.
Move to a pure play utility continues.
Entergy has agreed to sell the subsidiaries that own the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and the Palisades Power Plant in Covert, Michigan, after their shutdowns and reactor defuelings, to a Holtec International subsidiary for accelerated decommissioning.
Entergy Corporation’s shutdown Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station has completed the final movement of spent nuclear fuel from the spent fuel pool in the reactor building to dry storage casks, a major milestone in decommissioning. The campaign was completed ahead of schedule and within the projected budget.
Megan Culbertson, a technical specialist II at Arkansas Nuclear One, has been with Entergy for four months. Learn how she's helping us power life in our communities.
It isn't often you stumble across a room full of young leaders power posing with top industry leaders. But Natalie Wood and Katie Damratoski aren't your average employees.
The voices of the Van Winkle Elementary School students echoed through the school's hallways as the student choir sang "Dream Your Dreams." As the children sang, faculty and Entergy Nuclear staff gathered to announce a special gift. Entergy Nuclear presented a $25,000 grant to Van Winkle.
Entergy Corp. affiliates and NorthStar Group Services Inc. announced today they have signed a settlement agreement and Memorandum of Understanding with State of Vermont agencies and other interested parties on terms for approval of the proposed sale this year of Entergy Nuclear Vermont Yankee, the entity that owns the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station located in Vernon, Vermont.
Entergy and the Utility Workers Union of America Local 1-2 reached an agreement early Wednesday morning on a new four-year contract for the union’s approximately 330 workers at the Indian Point Energy Center. Currently, Indian Point employs a total of nearly 1,000 employees.