Eleven members of Duke Energy’s North America Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) chapter met with legislators from North and South Carolina to advocate for nuclear energy as part of the Nuclear Energy Assembly conference in Washington D.C. Attendees...
NAYGN does advocacy. What’s advocacy? What’s NAYGN? Rebecca Petrea, Nuclear Engineer at McGuire Nuclear Station and Communications officer for Duke Energy’s chapter of North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN), provides a personal perspective...
Although there are a number of ways to reach operational goals and achieve Duke Energy’s net-zero carbon emission target, we cannot achieve these milestones without engaged employees leading the way. We took some time to ask employees about their...
Creative writing has been a pastime for Christine Johnsen for as long as she can remember. She thought writing would be her career, but a high school chemistry class and the SAT changed her plans.
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.
No matter what your job is, chances are you had some help getting to where you are today. In the nuclear industry, mentoring not only helps individuals grow as professionals, but also serves as an effective way to transfer complex technical knowledge.
Understanding the basics of nuclear power is child’s play, thanks to a new book that aims to make science and technology concepts fun for grade schoolers.
How do advocacy, education and technology work together to advance the message of nuclear energy? Well, there’s an app for that.
This summer, a few of our nuclear interns are writing about their time at Duke Energy. We asked them to reflect on their most interesting experiences as interns so far.
At 8:30 a.m., 20 millennials eagerly awaited instructions from senior reactor operators at McGuire Nuclear Station. After a brief demonstration, several engineers, most of who had never been in a nuclear control room before, assumed their positions at the controls.