Maza’s nuclear energy career almost didn’t happen. But, thanks to a recession, she found her true calling.
Not only do talented women help operate our nuclear facilities, they run businesses that support our plants, too. For Women’s History Month, we’re sharing the experience of one of our female-owned nuclear plant suppliers.
We asked three moms what it’s like as a working parent in the nuclear energy industry and how they can support each other. Here’s what they said.
Some schools are experiencing a decline in the number of girls involved in science, technology, engineering and math once they enter middle school. An afterschool program at Kinard Elementary School in Clover, S.C. offers a way to change that.
She makes sure the Harris Nuclear Plant runs safely and efficiently so our customers have clean, reliable power at a reasonable price.
This past week, more than 600 members of Women in Nuclear (W.I.N.) attended the 2016 W.I.N. National. Conference, “U.S. WIN: Building on the Promise of Nuclear Energy,” in Charlotte, N.C., hosted by AREVA and Duke Energy. During the conference, attendees from across the country...
Outstanding efforts deserve recognition, and Duke Energy’s Women in Nuclear (WIN) Central Chapter got just that this summer at the 2014 U.S. Women in Nuclear National Conference. In July, 45 Duke Energy WIN members made their way to Boston to accept ...