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Nuclear Sites
 
Utility Owned:
Arkansas Nuclear One
Grand Gulf
River Bend
Waterford 3
 
Entergy Wholesale Commodities Owned:
FitzPatrick
Indian Point Energy Center
Palisades
Pilgrim
Vermont Yankee
 
Entergy Wholesale Commodities Management Services:
Cooper
Entergy Nuclear is a vital business unit of Entergy Corporation

Nuclear Sites

The Entergy Nuclear subsidiary owns, operates, supports and provides management services to a national fleet of 11 reactors in nine locations in the United States. The company also owns Vermont Yankee, which ceased operations December 29, 2014, and is now in the process of decommissioning.

 

Entergy owns and operates
Entergy provides support and management services
Entergy owns and is in the process of decommissioning

With the purchase of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in 1999, Entergy was the first company in the U.S. to acquire an operating nuclear plant through competitive bidding. By 2007, Entergy added five more nuclear reactors to the five in Entergy’s service territory.

In another first, Entergy obtained a management contract in 2002 providing support and management services to Cooper Nuclear Station in Nebraska. The contract with Cooper’s owner, Nebraska Public Power District, has been subsequently extended until 2029.

With 6,000 nuclear employees, Entergy is also recognized globally as a provider of nuclear services to companies in the U.S. and around the world.