Summer is almost over, but there’s still time left for fun. Here are four science and art-inspired activities to try with your family before school starts.
This year, we had several returning interns to our nuclear plants. We asked a few of them to share what they learned from last summer and what advice they have for future interns.
Do you know what to do in the event of a nuclear plant emergency? In today’s tech-savvy world, new mobile-friendly webpages and apps make it even easier to access emergency planning information.
A lot happened in 1973, including a landmark for Duke Energy – its largest nuclear plant, Oconee Nuclear Station, began commercial operation of unit 1 in July.
Summer is officially upon us, and many of you are making last minute vacation plans while some are packing your cars for that much needed rest and relaxation. You can be assured that Duke Energy’s nuclear plants also have prepared for the summer months...
Macrae Walters was the kind of girl who’s always loved science. As a child, she would wake up early to watch “Mr. Wizard” (for those millennials out there, “Mr. Wizard” was an educational television programs for children devoted to science and...
Preparation. This is a hallmark of how we operate nuclear plants. We always prepare, follow procedures, and in May, we pay close attention to our inclement weather plans as hurricane season is right around the corner. The Atlantic hurricane season...
Managing a team that’s working to complete nearly nine thousand tasks in a little more than 20 days may seem daunting; but, the teamwork and satisfaction created from completing a teeming outage schedule is what makes being a shift outage manager worthwhile.
For Duke Energy, supporting Sea Biscuit is part of our commitment to protect the environment and give back to the community.
In the highly unlikely event of an emergency at one of our nuclear plants, there are comprehensive plans in place to help ensure the health and safety of every individual whose life we touch, whether young or old, at home or school, in need of special assistance – or even four-legged.