There’s nothing like a siren to get your attention. And that’s exactly why we have a network of more than 400 pole-mounted sirens in the 10-mile areas around our nuclear plants – to make sure residents and visitors in the area are alerted in the unlikely event of an emergency.
We’ve also employed new communication tools, including text notifications and interactive maps, so information is available at your fingertips. Visit Duke-Energy.com/NuclearEP and select your local nuclear plant to sign up for texts, find your emergency planning zone, and view upcoming siren test dates.
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Receive text messages: To keep teammates, customers and neighbors well-informed, we now offer text alerts. By signing up to receive nuclear information via text message, we’ll notify you of emergency preparedness information specific to your area, including siren test reminders. You’ll also receive messages about community activities hosted by the nuclear plant and any other important information to keep you in the know! This tool WILL NOT alert subscribers to emergencies.
Text <plant name> to 71729, using the name of any plant shown below that you would like to receive information for. (Options: Brunswick, Catawba, Harris, McGuire, Oconee, Robinson)
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