There’s something unique about driving onto a Duke Energy nuclear site - including the abundance of wildlife that thrive there.
We can print almost anything with a 3-D printer: food, cars, nuclear plant parts. The Oconee Nuclear Station team is rethinking the way they train workers – and perform maintenance – using 3-D print technology.
Much has changed since the last Pacific-to-Atlantic total solar eclipse across the U.S in June 1918 – including our energy mix.
Energy education centers are popular destinations for all types of classes and students of all ages - including teachers,
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.
While most of the nation’s nuclear fleet was built before 1990, it’s a mistake to label these safe, reliable plants as “aging."
Our interns are back this summer for another series of posts about their experiences working with our nuclear team.
Not many people can say they’ve literally ridden off into the sunset, but Theresa Hiller, a Nuclear Security manager at Oconee Nuclear Station and retired U.S. Army major, can relate.
Across the Carolinas, our nuclear team is demonstrating their commitment to environmental stewardship and lending a hand to those in need through volunteer projects and events. Over the next few weeks, you’ll find teammates...
In some ways, The Tribble Center in Seneca, S.C., is a typical warehouse: boxes packed for shipping, work tables full of men and women constructing electronic measurement instruments, surrounded by wires, screwdrivers and tape measures. Yet, the center, which provides services for people with intellectual disabilities, is much more.